Renault Kiger introduces Stealth Black colour

Car manufacturer Renault has rolled out the 50,000th Renault Kiger from its production plant in Chennai. Building on the success of the Kiger and to celebrate this milestone, Renault India has introduced a new Stealth Black exterior colour in the Renault Kiger range.

According to Venkatram Mamillapalle, country CEO & managing director, Renault India Operations: “Offering a strong value proposition in terms of distinctive design, smart features, leading safety, quality and performance, Renault Kiger has found widespread acceptance among its customers. It has proved its mettle in the most competitive compact SUV segment in India and the 50,000th production milestone, despite the pandemic and ongoing semiconductor crisis, is yet another testament to the success of Renault Kiger in this challenging segment. This sporty, smart & stunning SUV is an important contributor to our progress in India and has been instrumental in placing India among Renault’s top five global markets. We are confident that Renault Kiger will continue to garner tremendous customer response and further bolster the brand’s growth in India and overseas.”

An outcome of a collaboration between the design teams in France and India, Kiger is the third global car from Renault that was launched in India first, before it being introduced globally.

Following its successful launch in India in 2021, the sub-four meter B-SUV is now also available to customers in South Africa, Indonesia, East African Region, (Kenya, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia) Seychelles, Mauritius, Nepal, Bhutan, Bermuda and Brunei.

Renault recently enhanced the value proposition of the Renault Kiger with the introduction of MY22 edition. It is available in two engine options 1.0L energy engine in MT & Easy-R AMT transmissions and 1.0L Turbo in MT & X-Tronic CVT transmissions.

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