Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Renault Kwid comes in. There are 13 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the 0.8 STD version. The number of manual versions are 9 while the number of automatic trims are 4. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|0.8 STDPetrol,Upto 22.3,Manual||₹ 3.13 Lakh|
|RXE 0.8 PetrolPetrol,Upto 20.71,Manual||₹ 3.83 Lakh|
|RXL 0.8 PetrolPetrol,Upto 20.71,Manual||₹ 4.13 Lakh|
The Renault Kwid is one of the 4 different models from the house of Renault. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 312000 and buyers can pick from as many as 13 different versions. The transmission options on the Renault Kwid include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Kwid offers a max power of 54PS@5678rpm. Some of the main rivals include Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 and Datsun redi-GO 2020.
I bought the Renault Kwid AMT in February 2020 and I use my Kwid for going office and family trips. Till now, I am not facing any issues with the car and it is very nippy in traffic. The engine is refined and peppy, especially on the highways. The engine isnâ€™t much peppy in the lower end but once it reaches to its sweet spot, it pulls strong. At city speeds, the AMT works fine but if you want to overtake, you have to wait for the AMT to drop a gear. On top of that Kwid also doesnâ€™t offer any manual gear control which is needed in the city. The space inside the cabin is good and I like the touchscreen which offers Android Auto too. Overall, the Kwid AMT is a great city car with compact dimensions and smooth AMT gearbox.
I have been using the Renault Kwid AMT for more than a year now. I am quite happy with the zippy performance of this car but it also has some niggles. The engine is peppy in the city and the AMT is also responsive. But if you want to take a quick overtake, it takes some time to change the gear before getting going. The irritating part is that Renault hasnâ€™t given any manual override for the AMT which is needed while overtaking. The shifts are smooth but the engine makes a lot of noise in the top end. The car is spacious and it looks good from the outside as well. One more gripe I have with the Kwid is its plastic oil sump which got damaged in a minor underbelly collision. I got it replaced and Renault should come out with some solution of it. The boot space of the Kwid is amazing and it can keep all your familyâ€™s luggage at a time. The Kwid is a good city car with some minor glitches.
I bought the Renault Kwid in 2017 and its 1.0 litre MT. I have covered over 40,000 km till now and the experience with it has been rather mixed. The reliability of the Kwid is not great at all. There is an issue with the accelerator pedal with climbs up the engine revs without even tapping the pedal. The showroom changes it free of cost but its an headache everytime. The engine of the Kwid is powerful but lacks the bottom end punch and also isnâ€™t very refined. The looks of the Kwid are spot on and that was one of the few reasons I chose the Kwid over the previous gen Wagon-R. The boot space of the Kwid, at 300L, is fantastic and you can load a good amount of stuff inside its boot. The ride quality of the Kwid is the highlight as it just glides over the worst of roads.
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