The Indian hatchback market has an array of options for all kind of new car buyers. Of late, international players like Renault and others have been offering great small cars at affordable prices. The KWID is one such example that has been a runaway success for the company. Infact, it was also featured in our most affordable automatic cars article recently. The company has now launched the new Renault KWID Climber edition which is definitely eye catching on the road. So if you are looking at purchasing a new small hatchback, here are 5 reasons why this new model could be your choice!
One of the biggest factors responsible for the success of the KWID has been its mini-SUV design. We Indians love cars which are big and the KWID manages that easily, overshadowing other cars like the Alto and the Eon. The new Climber edition further brings in additions like:
All these additions go a long way in making the KWID Climber stand out on the road. If you want a small car that can turn heads, this is it. Further, the KWID also comes with 180 mm of ground clearance which also adds to the practicality.
The KWID was always known for its spacious and practical interiors but the new Climber versions further improves on that. It retains the touch screen infotainment system and digital speedometer and adds in new features such as:
These images do showcase how good the cabin is in terms of design. If you are bored of your everyday small car and want something funky, the new Renault KWID Climber ticks all the right boxes!
The Climber edition is only available with the bigger 1.0-litre unit. This engine is good for 68PS of power and 91 Nm of torque which is same as the Alto K10 and the Eon. However, the KWID is much lighter and weighs under 670 kilos which means it offers best performance in the segment. It is also pocket friendly with a rated economy of 23.01 kmpl. This bigger 1.0-litre unit means the KWID is also a good highway companion and can undertake long trips including mountain roads easily.
One of the biggest plus points of the new Renault Kwid Climber is its optional automatic or AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox. Priced at a premium of Rs 30,000 over the manual version, the KWID Climber AMT makes for an excellent city car. It does not have a conventional gear lever but a small fascia mounted knob which further frees up space between the front two seats. Thinking of selling your old manual hatchback and getting this? Get a free online valuation for your used manual car in ten seconds!
Priced at Rs 4.3 lakh for the manual and Rs 4.6 lakh for the AMT version, the Climber editions are value for money considering the engine, design and space on offer. In terms of features, the Climber edition is similar to the normal RXT(O) version. This means you get:
The Climber edition is just Rs 28,500 more expensive than the regular KWID RXT(O) model which makes it extremely good value for money. If you do buy one, do not forget to add these must have car accessories.
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