Renault India is selling its cars with huge discounts that go up to Rs 1.55 Lakh.
In an effort to lure in new customers towards its showrooms during the festive season of 2019, Renault India has been releasing plenty of discounts on its products portfolio. The French automaker has experienced quite a difficult time over the last few months due to the sluggish sales in the domestic automotive industry. In a bid to revive its overall sales figure, the company has already introduced the Renault Triber with flexible modular seating configurations. Besides, it was just a while ago that the facelifted Duster entered the game at the price starting from Rs 7.99 Lakh (ex-showroom). Though the brand already has Renault Kwid as the biggest sale driver since its launch, the massive sale slump in the industry has also taken a heavy toll on the budget car in the last nine months.
As part of Renault’s campaign to heat up the buyers’ sentiment and gain a bigger market share, the company is going aggressively attractive discounts this month, with the offers going up to Rs 1.55 Lakh. In September 2019, the Renault Kwid is offered with a cash discount of Rs 20,000 and an additional corporate bonus of Rs 2,000. The Renault Captur, which remains in top losers in India, is now available Rs 1.5 lakh cash discount and Rs 5,000 worth corporate bonus. Whereas, the pre-facelifted Renault Duster, which manages to make a big difference compared to the Captur, is on offer with the most attractive deal. The automatic version of the Duster gets cash discount and a corporate discount of Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 5,000, respectively while the manual counterpart comes with Rs 50,000 cash discount, Rs 5,000 corporate discount along with Rs 50,000 exchange bonus. The facelifted Duster is also included in the offering scheme. The model now can be had with a cash discount of Rs 10,000 on the dealer level combined with the corporate discount quoted at Rs 5,000.
Be it a new product, the newly-launched Renault Triber does not come under any offers this September. The Triber has been introduced in India as an all-new MPV that is made for India. The seven-seat model is based on the Kwid’s platform and is powered by one engine and one gearbox only. Renault has spent much hope on the Triber’s compact size, ample feature-laden cabin, flexible seating layouts coupled with competitive price stickers would help draw more buyers towards the brand’s dealerships. In another movement, the French automaker is gearing up for the launch of the Maruti Vitara Brezza-rivalling Renault HBC compact SUV to push the sales performance in 2020.