The Renault Kwid gets points for having an SUV-like appearance. Despite an update, the Kwid remains mostly unchanged. A few changes have been made to the front fascia to add some distinction. Now that it is lower and nicely tucked into the bumper, the headlamp unit is ready for use.
The interiors are reasonably tidy, with the horn pads conveniently accessible and a new pattern for the steering wheel. The instrument console is now entirely digital and is located behind the steering wheel, while the flat-bottom unit adds a sportier touch.
There are two engine options available for the Renault Kwid: 799 and 999 cc. The results for the two are very dissimilar. With its throaty tone, the engine eagerly starts. In this section, the engine is strong enough and feels lively overall.
Each variant includes a driver's airbag as well as front-seat belt reminder, parking sensors at the rear, ABS with EBD, and speed alert systems as standard equipment.
Many were taken aback by the Renault Kwid facelift's significant renovations. While adding some new amenities, the vehicle maintains its innate advantages that helped make this SUV-inspired entry hatchback popular in the 5.33–6.33 lakh price range.
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