Renault Kwid

Kwid is a Hatchback car from Renault. Least expensive Renault Kwid variant is RXE 0.8 Petrol which is sold in Indian automobile market at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 4.07 Lakh.
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Renault Kwid Specifications

  • Transmission

    Manual/Automatic

  • Fuel Type

    Petrol

  • Mileage (Upto)

    22.5kmpl

  • Engine

    799-999cc

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Features we admire in this car

  • It has a very great appearance and design.
  • It has the large boot space in the class, which is enough for a short family trip.
  • There is plenty of storage space at the front.

Features we don't admire in this car

  • Rear Passenger have less space to put stuff.
  • Many Parts are made of Plastic which is not good.
  • Especially at the lower gears, the engine is quite noisy and rough.

Renault Kwid Overview

The Renault Kwid is one of the 4 different models from the house of Renault. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 4.07 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 9 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 Eeco and Datsun GO.

Renault Kwid have 9 variants ranging from Rs. 4.07 Lakh to Rs. 5.56 Lakh. Under the hood, Kwid is powered by a 3 cylinder, 799 cc, 799 cc Petrol Engine. It is able to produce 72 Nm @ 4386rpm torque and 54 PS @5678rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 20.71 kmpl. Renault Kwid can store up to 28 Litres fuel in one go at max.

Kwid Features

This Hatchback car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), 1 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Kwid have Navigation System.

Kwid Transmission

Performance of Kwid is backed by a 5 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.

Kwid Interior

Kwid is a 5 seater car with Digital Instrument Console, Driver's seat heigth adjust.

Kwid Exterior

Renault Kwid is a 5 door car which has front Disc brakes, Mc Pherson Strut With Lower Transverse Link suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Twist beam with coil spring suspensions with 14 Inch Wheels.

Kwid Dimensions & Measurements

Kwid has 279 Litres Boot Space, 28 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 180 mm Ground Clearance, 1474 mm Height, 737-756 Kg Kerb Weight, 3731 mm Length, 4.9 m Turning Radius, 2422 mm Wheelbase, 1579 mm Width.

Kwid Latest Price

Kwid is available in India starting from Rs. 4.07 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being RXE 0.8 Petrol. Most expensive variant of Kwid is 1.0 CLIMBER (O) AMT priced at Rs. 5.56 Lakh.

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Renault Kwid Price

Price of Renault Kwid in India ranges between Rs. 4.07 Lakh and Rs. 5.56 Lakh. Least expensive variant is RXE 0.8 Petrol and most expensive variant is 1.0 CLIMBER (O) AMT. Renault Kwid is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 8.34 K with 8.5% interest rate.

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Renault Kwid Price List

RXE 0.8 PetrolPetrol,Upto 20.71,Manual ₹ 4.07 Lakh
RXL 0.8 PetrolPetrol,Upto 20.71,Manual ₹ 4.37 Lakh
1.0 RXLPetrol,Upto 21.74,Manual ₹ 4.54 Lakh
0.8 RXTPetrol,Upto 22.3,Manual ₹ 4.67 Lakh
1.0 RXT(O)Petrol,Upto 21.7,Manual ₹ 4.90 Lakh
1.0 RXL AMTPetrol,Upto 22,Automatic ₹ 4.94 Lakh
1.0 CLIMBER (O)Petrol,Upto 21.7,Manual ₹ 5.12 Lakh
1.0 RXT(O) AMTPetrol,Upto 22.5,Automatic ₹ 5.35 Lakh
1.0 CLIMBER (O) AMTPetrol,Upto 22.5,Automatic ₹ 5.56 Lakh

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Renault Kwid Detailed Review

  • Kwid Exterior

    Renault Kwid is one of the better looking entry-level hatchbacks to have ever sold in India. With the facelift, the Kwid received a split headlight pattern with LED daytime running lights at the hood-level and main headlights at a lower level. A similar arrangement has been seen on costlier cars like the Tata Harrier and MG Hector but it definitely makes the Kwid look good and even bolder than its rivals. In addition, the top-spec Climber edition gets orange highlights on the ORVMs, fog light housings, on the lower part of the bumper and roof rails.

    Source: Renault Kwid

    The side profile remains more or less the same, save for the new wheel cover design. These enhance the looks of the 14-inch steel wheels that are wrapped in 165/70 R14 tyres. At the rear, you now get LED elements in the taillights and the reflectors are now integrated into the bumper and give the Kwid a sharper look. Renault Kwid is available in six monotone colours and two dual-tone colours. The monotone options include - Fiery Red, Moonlight Silver, Outback Bronze, Electric Blue, Zanskar Blue and Ice Cool White, while the dual-tone colours comprise Moonlight Silver Body with Zanskar Blue Roof and Zanskar Blue with Moonlight Silver Roof.

    Renault Kwid measures 3731 mm in length, 1579 mm in width and 1474 mm in height. The wheelbase of the Renault Kwid measures 2422 mm while it has a ground clearance of 184 mm.

    Summary

    With an SUV-like design, the Renault Kwid attracts attention on the Indian roads and manages to look a lot more interesting than all its rivals.

  • Kwid Interior

    Just like the stylish exterior, the Renault Kwid offers a neatly laid-out interior whose design seems to have taken some inspiration from the Duster. With the facelift, the Kwid received a refreshed dashboard, larger touchscreen infotainment system and even a new steering wheel. Besides, the fully digital instrument cluster has always been impressive and gives the cockpit a pretty sporty appearance.

    The updated touchscreen infotainment unit offers modern connectivity features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The piano black surround with a subtle chrome accent lends an upmarket look to the touch panel. The dual-tone dark grey and black interior colour scheme gives the cabin a sporty theme. The Climber edition teven gets orange highlights on the door pads, centre console, seats and doormats.

    Some other features of the Renault Kwid include manual HVAC function, reverse camera, two 12V pocket outlets, steering wheel wrapped in perforated leather, front seatback pockets, front cupholders, all-four power windows, internally adjustable ORVMs, a rear armrest and much more. In the front row, one is seated at a good height and has a good view of the road. However, move to the rear seat and the first thing that you will notice is the lack of under-thigh support. There's decent knee room and headroom but three adults on the rear bench will be a tight fit.

    Summary

    Renault Kwid looks good inside out. It has a spacious cabin and in its updated avatar, the entry-level hatchback is even packed with several features.

  • Kwid Performance

    The Renault Kwid is available in two engine options - a 0.8-litre naturally aspirated petrol unit and a more powerful 1.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol motor that even powers the Triber. The smaller 799cc engine generates as much as 54 PS of maximum power with a peak torque of 72 Nm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. On the go, the motor feels sufficiently powerful in urban conditions but rapidly runs out of steam on highways. Also, the NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) is on the higher side with the three-pot motor getting quite vocal even lower down the revs. The ARAI-rated fuel efficiency of this engine is 25 kmpl.

    The bigger 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol unit churns out 68 PS of maximum power and a peak torque of 91 Nm. This engine gets mated to a 5-speed stick shift as standard but is even available with an AMT option. The motor has good torque-spread on offer and thanks to the low kerb weight, it makes the Kwid a sprightly performer. Even the AMT is pretty well-tuned and there’s not much of an inherent jerk under normal usage. However, you’ll definitely feel the lag in the shifts if you’re driving with pedal to the metal. The ARAI certified fuel economy of the 1.0L MT and AMT is rated at 23 kmpl and 22 kmpl respectively.

    Summary

    Renault is providing Kwid with two engine options but our pick of the lot is the bigger 1.0-litre motor with the optional AMT.

  • Kwid Ride and Handling

    Based on the CMF-A architecture, the Renault Kwid offers a good balance between ride quality and corner-carving capabilities, especially for a car of its size and price. Thanks to the softly sprung suspension and high ground clearance, it pretty much glides over the large speed-breakers while it also manages to even out most of the small undulations. The sharper ones, however, do unsettle the car a tad bit. But in most urban conditions, the Kwid will keep occupants in both rows of seats pretty comfortable.

    Even the handling characteristics of the Renault Kwid are pretty good. While the steering is quite light and stays that way even with a rise in speeds, there’s little vagueness around its dead centre. Also, the steering is quite direct, which, coupled with the high seating position, helps you easily make your way through the traffic. Also, in spite of the high ride height, body-roll is well-contained. Finally, the grip on offer is decent and you can take corners pretty fast as long as you keep in mind that this, here, is a budget hatchback and its corner-carving capabilities are limited.

    Summary

    Renault Kwid offers a decent ride quality along with a direct steering. However, it is certainly not as fun to pilot as the now-defunct Maruti Suzuki Alto K10.

  • Kwid Safety

    Renault Kwid offers a handful of passive and active safety features to keep its occupants protected. It gets dual front airbags (with passenger airbag being an optional feature), an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution, reverse camera with parking sensors, engine immobilizer, remote central locking, child safety lock, speed-sensing door lock, front seat belt reminder and a high-speed alert system. However, it’s important to note here that the Renault Kwid gets only a driver’s side airbag as standard fitment on the base-level RXE and RXL trim and you can’t add a co-driver airbag even by paying extra.

    It’s important to mention here that the India-spec Renault Kwid has been tested by Global NCAP and has bagged a 2-star rating. It scored 7.87 out of 17 in adult protection and 19.68 out of 49 in child safety protection. So, basically, this hatchback has scored better in the Global NCAP crash test than its arch rival Maruti S-Presso. However, we wish dual-front airbags are made standard in all variants.

    Summary

    Compared to the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, the Renault Kwid has scored better on Global NCAP test bed. However, we wish dual front airbags were made available as a standard fitment on all trims.

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Renault Kwid Ownership Cost

Amount
On Road Price of Renault Kwid₹ 4.07 Lakh
Service Cost**₹ 13.98 K
Total Ownership Cost₹ 4.20 Lakh

** First 5 Years Service cost

Renault Kwid User Reviews

  • AS
    Ankur Sharma
    4.5
    Posted On: 04 August, 2020

    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 hasn’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 family’s luggage at a time. The Kwid is a good city car with some minor glitches.

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    Manoj
    4
    Posted On: 16 June, 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 isn’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 doesn’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.

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  • 8
    8193
    3.4
    Posted On: 14 August, 2021

    All over experience. Is good but i think power generation and torque is comparatively need high

  • As
    Ankit shah
    4
    Posted On: 26 October, 2021

    The car looks fantastic, the interiors are nice, and it's suitable for small family, the ground clearance is low and it is an excellent city car.

  • N
    Natraj
    4
    Posted On: 29 September, 2021

    Bought this car in march, 2021 & drive 5000 km uptil now. loved it because of its ground clearance, good mileage on highways, smooth riding.

Renault Kwid Colors

  • Electric Blue

  • Fiery Red

  • Ice Cool White With Black Roof

  • Moonlight Silver

  • Outback Bronze

  • Zanskar Blue

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Renault Kwid FAQs

  • What is the on-road price of Renault Kwid in New Delhi?

    Renault Kwid starts from on-road price of Rs 4.42 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the RXE 0.8 Petrol. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.

  • What is the mileage of Renault Kwid?

    The mileage of Renault Kwid is 22.5 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Renault Kwid might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.

  • Does Renault Kwid comes in automatic transmission?

    Yes, Renault Kwid has 3 variants with automatic transmision.The Renault Kwid has 3 petrol variants with automatic transmission.

  • Is there any exchange offer available of Renault Kwid?

    The exchange value of Renault Kwid is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.

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    Posted On: 21 July 2021

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Kwid On-Road Price in India

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi ₹ 4.42 Lakh onwards
Pune ₹ 4.71 Lakh onwards
Hyderabad ₹ 4.75 Lakh onwards
Patna ₹ 4.63 Lakh onwards
Indore ₹ 4.59 Lakh onwards
Ahmedabad ₹ 4.51 Lakh onwards
Jaipur ₹ 4.51 Lakh onwards
Chennai ₹ 4.67 Lakh onwards
Bangalore ₹ 4.79 Lakh onwards
Lucknow ₹ 4.59 Lakh onwards

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