WhWe all know that the Renault Kwid has become a favorite amongst the budget car buyers in India. To give some choice to the buyers, Renault has launched several special editions with the latest one being the ‘Live for More’ edition. The company claims that the particular edition has been booked by more than 1000 customers and queries numbering to 10,000 have also been received.

The new Renault Kwid ‘Live for More’ edition has been given new styling elements which come with seven different types of graphics schemes. These have been named as Sports, Race, Rally Cross, Chase, Ziip, Turbo, and the last one being Classic. These are available apart from the existing colours in the Kwid which comprise of fiery red, ice cool white, moonlight silver, outback bronze and planet grey. You might like: Renault KWID ‘Live for More Collection’ launched with 7 new graphic designs

Renault has made these personalisation packs available across the range of Kwid. What this means is that you can customise all the variants of Kwid including the 0.8 litre, 1.0 litre, 1.0 litre AMT and the Kwid Climber edition which was brought earlier this year in March. Also Read: Renault Kwid 1.0-litre AMT: First Drive Report

Renault Kwid is now the only entry level hatchback in the market to offer such wide range of personalisation options and variety of choices. Until now these options were limited only to the high end vehicles and more recently to the Maruti vehicles which include the Vitara Brezza and Maruti Ignis. Also Read: Renault KWID sales cross 1.30 lakh mark in India

Renault Kwid is now constantly evolving in accordance with the current tastes and preferences of the customers. Until very recently, it was the only car in its segment to offer a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system made in sync with LG. It also offers a best in class 180 mm of ground clearance while the 300 litres of boot space nears several vehicles in the segment above it.

With 98 per cent localisation, prices for the Kwid start at a competitive INR 2.65 lakh and goes till INR 4.57 lakh (all prices ex-showroom Delhi) for the top spec Climber edition. Renault Kwid Climber competes against the likes of Hyundai Eon, Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 and Alto K10 as well.

Source: ETAuto