To continue the momentum gained from the recent festive season of Diwali in October, the French automaker Renault is offering some attractive offers and discounts on its product lineup in the country in November as well. Recently the company announced that it provides discounts up to Rs 35,000 on its vehicles like the Triber, Kiger, and Kwid. Interested buyers can avail these offers in form of exchange bonuses, cash discounts, and corporate discounts. Although these offerings are location-, grade-, and variant-specific. The customers can also take advantage of corporate or rural discounts, as appropriate. Renault announced that the benefits are valid till 30 November 2022.
Renault Kwid, the brand’s entry-level hatchback, is being offered with benefits up to Rs 30,000 this month. With the exception of RXE variant, the hatchback will be provided with exchange bonuses of up to Rs Rs 10,000 on all versions and cash discounts of Rs 10,000 on a few variants. For the authorized list of corporate and PSUs maintained by Renault, the company provides a corporate discount of up to Rs 10,000 on a few certain models. Additionally, customers can benefit from the RELIVE scrappage program and, if available, a rural incentive of Rs 5,000.
Additionally, the Renault Triber will be available with bonuses of up to Rs 35,000 in total. A cash discount of Rs 10,000 on all variants except RXE in addition to corporate discounts of up to Rs 10,000 on some variations and exchange benefits of up to Rs 15,000 will also be provided with the Renaults MPV. Furthermore, Farmers, sarpanchs, and members of gram panchayats are eligible for a discount of Rs 5,000 under the rural offer, provided they have proper identification that has been authorized by Renault. Every customer will be eligible for corporate or rural discounts. A maximum exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 is also available to clients under the RELIVE scrappage program.
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Finally the brand’s subcompact SUV, the Kiger will be offered with similar corporate and rural discounts and benefits as the Kwid and Triber. However, it will not get any cash discount like the siblings. A Rs 10,000 exchange bonus will be offered with the SUV under the RELIVE scrappage program according to the company.
In other Renault news, back in September, the company launched limited edition models of the Kwid hatchback, Triber compact MPV and Kiger compact SUV. All three cars received minor changes to justify the Limited Edition tag associated with them. The Limited Edition Renault Kwid, Kiger, and Triber are available at no extra cost. While the Limited Editions of Kiger and Triber are based on the RxZ trim, the Limited Edition Kwid is based on the Climber model.
All three cars got Dual Tone combination of White color and a Mystery Black Roof, Sporty Red Accents around the front grill, DRLs/headlamps, and side door decals as standard changes. Coming to car-specific touches, the Renault Kwid Limited Edition received red highlights in the front and rear skid plates, and roof rails along with exterior embellishment, a “Climber” decal in red on C-pillar, and piano black colored wheel covers and wing mirrors. The Kiger gets wheel silverstone and calipers in red color while the Triber gets Piano black wheel covers and door handles as additional changes.
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