|Popular Variants||On-Road Price*in Delhi-NCR|
|₹ 5.01 Lakh|
|₹ 5.07 Lakh|
|₹ 5.32 Lakh|
|₹ 5.40 Lakh|
1.0 Rxl Amt
|₹ 5.55 Lakh|
The Renault Kwid is an impressive car with all the options it provides to the consumer. Due to no major changes in the last few years, it might not be able to pose a threat to the segment leaders like the Alto 800 and the Alto K10, but it is still a very good car in almost every way. It still looks better than the competition despite no major visible changes in the recent past. The AMT is refined and does not lag unlike many other automated manual gearboxes available in the entry-level hatchbacks. It is a perfect car to begin your driving journey before you feel the need to upgrade or move on to a bigger vehicle.
|No. of Airbags||2|
|Clutch & Gears||3/5|
|Pros||SUV looks||Convenient AMT||Good ground clearance||Ideal city car|
|Cons||Looks and feels outdated||Basic interiors||Noisy engine||Unstable at high speeds|
"I bought a one-litre Kwid in 2021, and I take it to the office every day, doing over 100 kms each day. The AMT works like a dream and saves me all the hassle. The fuel efficiency is brilliant and saves me a lot of money every month. All this with the great looks makes me proud of it."
"I bought an 800cc Kwid in 2020, and I am very happy with it till date. I wish I had bought the 1,000cc Kwid as I find it a bit underpowered at times. The engine is loud but refined, and it does its job happily every day. "
"I like my Kwid. It is 8 months old, and I love it. The only problem I feel is that there is a lot of vibration at the lower RPMs. But once it starts moving, it gets better. Another problem is that the engine can be heard inside the cabin even with the windows rolled up. Apart from that, it looks great, and the fuel efficiency is brilliant. "
"There is no reason for me to not give it five stars. There is nothing I do not like about my 1,000cc Kwid. Mine is a manual transmission which gives me total control over the car. This is a peppy car, and the manual transmission makes it better. Sometimes, I do wish it had a little more power. The front of the Kwid is like no other car in its segment. "
"I bought my Kwid in 2018 and a few months later the new Kwid was launched which looked much better. My Kwid also does not have the 8-inch touchscreen that is available these days. Apart from that, it is a decent car that does its job happily every day. It does look and feel boring on open roads when you want it to go fast. If you tap the accelerator pedal in the morning, it reaches its top speed by afternoon."
The top model of the Renault Kwid is the Kwid Climber AMT, available with an automatic transmission. The on-road price of the Kwid Climber AMT in Delhi is Rs. 6.66 lakh. The on-road price of the Kwid Climber AMT in Mumbai is Rs. 6.94 lakh.The on-road price of the Kwid Climber AMT in Bangalore is Rs. 7.23 lakh. The on-road price of the Kwid Climber AMT in Chennai is Rs. 6.89 lakh. The on-road price of the Kwid Climber AMT in Kolkata is Rs. 6.71 lakh.
Depending upon your car loan provider, a minimum of 10 to 20% of the Ex-Showroom Price is required to be paid upfront as the down payment when you choose to get the Renault Kwid financed.
The average EMI for Renault Kwid is Rs. 7,000 to 12,000 depending upon the car loan provider, interest rate and loan repayment tenure.
The ARAI claimed mileage of the Renault Kwid is 22.00 kmpl for the petrol manual, and 22.25 kmpl for the petrol automatic, the real-world mileage of the Kwid is up to 19 kmpl for the petrol automatic and 20 kmpl for the manual.
The Renault Kwid is offered in four monotones and two dual-tone colour options: Ice Cool White With Mystery Black Roof, Metal Mustard With Mystery Black Roof Fiery Red, Moonlight Silver, Zanskar Blue, and Outback Bronze.