Renault has today announced a segment 1st 4 Years of 100,000 Kms warranty for the KWID. This unique warranty also includes Roadside Assistance for the Renault KWID. This includes Standard Warranty of 2 year/50,000 Km and Extended Warranty of 2 year/50,000 Km.
Furthermore, Renault India has also introduced an attractive offering on its Renault SECURE program (Extended Vehicle Warranty and Road side Assistance). Customers can now extend the warranty coverage upto 5 Years or 100K Kms (whichever is earlier) along with Road side assistance on all Renault India cars including Captur, Kwid, Duster, and Lodgy at a nominal cost.
Initially launched with an 800cc three cylinder petrol engine with a manual transmission, Renault had, later, also launched the Kwid with a more powerful 1.0 litre engine to enthuse buyers. While Kwid 1.0L set new benchmarks in length, power to weight ratio, boot space, ground clearance and technology, Renault had sensed the opportunity with its popularity and launched the Kwid AMT powered by the 1.0 litre SCe engine. This was in keeping with evolving customer preferences, as AMT technology is becoming popular in the compact hatchback segment. With no shift lever but just a rotary dial, Renault Kwid has made a mockery of complex city driving.
Renault India has undertaken many first-of-its-kind after-sales initiatives to offer a seamless brand ownership experience to its customers. These include – Renault SECURE, Renault ASSIST, Workshop on Wheels (WoW), Passion on Wheels (PoW), customer apps and regular customer service camps. With a strong ‘India-centric’ product strategy, Renault has robust plan to keep pace with evolving customer preferences and welcome more customers into the Renault family, reflecting its long-term commitment to the Indian market.
Renault had also recently launched a cosmetically tweaked version named Renault Kwid Climber which appealed more towards younger audiences.
Riding on the success of its compact hatch, Renault definitely is sailing in the right direction for its business aspirations in India.