Renault India has just launched their Festive Edition variants for the upcoming festive season in India. The brand has decided to provide updated and more stylish variants of their whole line-up of three cars currently on sale in the market. Renault Kiger, Renault Triber and Renault, all three of them have received these updates under the name of Festive Edition and will be available to book from September 2 onwards. Do note that these festive edition variants will only be available with the Top spec RXZ variants of Kiger and Triber. In the case of Renault Kwid, the climber variant will have this special Festive edition.
Renault India has decided not to change anything on the mechanical side, which is why this is just a cosmetic update. The festive edition comes with a dual-tone colour scheme of white and black with a red accent for the vehicles. Interestingly, all three of them will have their own styling and differentiating factor. Now let us find out, what will you get with each of them.
The Renault Kiger is the most stylish product of the Renault family in India and is also serving as the flagship vehicle of the brand after the discontinuation of the Renault Duster & Renault Captur. Renault Kiger in this festive edition has a white body with a black roof and red accents all around the vehicle. These red accents increase the overall looks of it as they are present on the grille, headlight unit, wheel caps and red brake callipers are also visible. However, the inside of Kiger remains as it is.
The Kiger still continues to be on offer with a 1 litre naturally aspirated engine generating 72bhp of power with a 5-speed manual gearbox and 5-speed AMT. There is also a 1-litre turbocharged petrol unit which produces 100bhp and comes with a 5-speed manual and CVT automatic transmission. There is no change in the pricing and the Kiger RXZ manual is available at Rs 8.39 Lakhs, ex-showroom.
The Truber MPV is one of the most practical vehicles and the most affordable 7-seater in the market. Now, with the festive season variant, it has piano black wheel covers and door handles which makes it more premium looking. The Triber continues to be offered with a 1 litre naturally aspirated engine generating around 72bhp of power and has a 5-Speed manual and a 5-speed automatic as well. This 7-seater MPV has no change in the pricing as well, the manual top variant is still offered at Rs 7.79 Lakhs, ex-showroom.
Renaut Kwid being the entry-level hatchback still attracts customers due to its pricing and stylish looks. Now, the stylish part of the car gets an update with the Festive Season variant. The Kwid Climber now gets red highlights on the front and rear skid plate, roof rails and a red “Climber” decal on the C-pillar which makes it look like a small racing car. However, the Kwid Festive Edition Climber is priced at Rs 5.54 Lakhs ex-showroom for the manual variant.
Renault India needs to have bigger cars in their lineup in order to gain some trust of Indian buyers. However, with more and more practical, stylish and affordable cars, people love to choose Renault cars rather than the competition. What do you think about the new Festive Edition Variants, do let us know by commenting below.