Bhimsen Gulabani, head customer care at Renault India with the new variants of Kwid and Kiger in Guwahati | file photo

Renault India is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its operations in India with the launch of two new variants of its compact SUV Kiger and Kwid.

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The new variants, RXT (O) of Renault Kiger and the Kwid MY21 were launched at their dealership located at Sarusajai in Guwahati on September 15.

The Renault Kiger RXT(O) will be available in 1.0L energy engine in both MT and AMT transmissions. The RXT(O) variant will get some of the customer favourite, premium features from the RXZ variant such as the tri-octa LED pure vision headlamps and 40.64 cm diamond cut alloy wheels at a more affordable price point.

To ensure good air quality inside the cabin, RXT(O) will also feature PM2.5 advanced atmospheric filter. Enhancing the overall smart cabin experience, the wireless smartphone replication function has been extended to the RXT(O) variant, enabling the passengers to connect their smartphones to the 20.32 cm display link floating touchscreen.

Staying true to its commitment to keep building on the indomitable success of Kwid with breakthrough product innovations, the all new Kwid MY21 further strengthens its value proposition in the offering and elevates customer’s trust in the product and brand.

The Renault Kwid MY21 range will be offered in 0.8L and 1.0L SCe powertrains in both manual and AMT options. Renault Kwid range complies with all the safety regulations applicable in India, and will now be equipped with dual front airbags as a standard feature across all the variants. This development comes ahead of the regulation timelines.

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Accentuating the attractiveness of the car, the new Kwid MY21 Climber edition will also be available in dual tone exterior in white colour with black roof along with the new features like electric ORVM and day and night IRVM. In addition to various active and passive safety features, it also features front driver side pyrotech & pretensioner, further increasing the safety quotient of the vehicle.

Renault Kiger RXT(O) variant is launched at Rs 7.37 lakh (ex-showroom Guwahati) while the new Kwid MY 21 range starts at Rs 4.06 lakh (ex-showroom Guwahati).

As part of the celebrations, Renault also announced special offers for the customers in the month of September 2021 offering benefits upto Rs 80,000 on select variants across its product range.

The company also announced “Buy Now, Pay in 2022” scheme on the purchase of Renault Kwid, Triber and Kiger, wherein the buyers can opt for a new Renault vehicle now and start paying EMIs after 6 months.

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