Renault updates its India lineup, new cars incoming

Check out the new prices for the Kwid, Triber and Kiger.


Key Highlights

  • Renault will launch 5 new cars in India by 2027.
  • This includes next-gen Kiger and Triber, along with the re-introduction of the Duster.
  • The automaker has also updated its existing cars with new features.

Renault has updated its three offerings in India – Kwid, Triber, and Kiger. As a part of its ‘Renaulution’ programme, the automaker plans on launching 5 cars in the next 3 years. These 5 products include the next-generation models of Kiger and Triber. Recently, the brand announced an investment of €3 billion in four of its key international hubs outside Europe, including India. Committing itself to the ‘Make in India’ vision, the French automaker carries out the manufacturing process in its Chennai plant.

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Renault India: Updated portfolio and the road ahead

Renault India: Updated portfolio and the road ahead

The 2024 Renault Kwid hatchback features an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system on the RXL(O) trim along with the option of a 5-speed AMT gearbox. This makes it the most affordable automatic car in the country. The hatchback also gets 14 safety features as standard. It is powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine that produces a maximum power output of 68hp. The Climber variant of the Kwid now comes in 3 new dual-tone colour options. Check out its new prices below.

Variant Manual AMT
RXE Rs 4,69,500 – 
RXL(O) Rs 4,99,500 Rs 5,44,500
RXT Rs 5,50,000 Rs 5,44,500
Climber Rs 5,87,500 Rs 5,95,000

Renault India: Updated portfolio and the road ahead

The new Renault Triber gets a 7-inch TFT instrument cluster, wireless charging, a rearview camera, a rear wiper, AC vents for the 2nd and 3rd row, an air filter, a driver seat armrest and ORVMs. On top of that it gets 15 safety features as standard. Powering the Triber is a 1.0-litre petrol engine that produces a maximum power output of 72hp. Check out its revised prices below.

Variant Manual AMT
RXE Rs 5,99,500 – 
RXL Rs 6,80,000
RXT Rs 7,60,500 Rs 8,12,500
RXZ Rs 8,22,500 Rs 8,74,500

Renault India: Updated portfolio and the road ahead

Finally, the 2024 Renault Kiger gets new leatherette seats and steering wheel along with auto-fold OVRMs, and a bezel-less auto-dim IVRM. Other new features include red brake callipers (for the Turbo variants), auto AC, LED cabin lamps, cruise control, rear seatbelt reminder, and more than 15 safety features as standard. Check out the new price list for the Kiger.

Variant Energy Manual Energy AMT Turbo Manual Turbo CVT
RXE ₹ 5,99,990
RXL ₹ 6,59,990 ₹ 7,09,990
RXT ₹ 7,49,990 ₹ 7,99,990
RXT(O) ₹ 7,99,990 ₹ 8,49,990 ₹ 9,29,990 ₹ 10,29,990
RXZ ₹ 8,79,990 ₹ 9,29,990 ₹ 9,99,990 ₹ 10,99,990

Mr Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO & Managing Director, Renault India Operations, said, “Over the next three years, we are set to embark on an exhilarating journey with five product launches, encompassing both entirely new models and the next generation from our current product range. This significant stride forward is not only a testament to our commitment but also marks the introduction of the all-new Renault brand identity to the Indian market. Our primary goal is to deliver exceptional value, create delightful experiences, and evoke a renewed sense of pride among Renault owners.”

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Renault is also offering 2 years standard warranty and 7 years extended warranty across its new 2024 range. The Duster SUV was unveiled in Europe under the Dacia banner last year. It is expected to arrive in India in 2025. An all-electric Kwid will also be a part of Renault’s 5 upcoming launches. Upon its launch, the Kwid EV will directly rival the Tata Tiago EV.

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Utkarsh Joshi
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