Renault has upgraded its entire range to meet the new BS VI Step 2 emission norms. The new BS VI Step 2 compliant range will also offer enhanced and previously lacking safety features.
With the implementation of the second step of BS VI, all Renault cars will be equipped with a self-diagnostic device. The device will constantly monitor the vehicle’s emission levels while driving, along with other critical emission devices such as the catalytic converter and oxygen sensors.
Renault’s product line-up – Kiger, Triber and Kwid get new safety features, introduced as part of the upgrade. Both Renault Kiger and Triber have set benchmarks in safety with the 4-Star Safety Rating for Adult occupants given by Global NCAP.
The entire Renault range comes equipped with Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Traction Control System (TCS) and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as standard features. While ESP and TC features provide vehicle stability and reduces accident risk, TPMS allows the driver to continuously monitor tyre pressures, and adjust accordingly, thus enhancing road safety and efficiency. The Hill Start Assist (HSA) included in the Kiger and Triber range along with specific KWID variants get it.
The value proposition of the 2023 Kwid gets a new RXE variant in 1.0L powertrain in MT version, priced at INR 4.69 lakhs. The KWID range gets Turn Indicators on ORVM and Steering Mounted Audio & Phone Controls.
Renault Triber offers 7 seats or the largest boot space of 625L in its category. The new Chrome Finish Exterior Door Handles along with the New Seat Upholstery on the 2023 range refreshes the 7-seater to a small degree. The bookings of the new BS-VI Step 2 compliant Renault range have commenced from today across all Renault authorized dealerships.