New Renault Kwid Climber: Maruti S-Presso rival reviewed on video

New Renault Kwid Climber first drive review [Video]

Renault launched the much-awaited Kwid Climber in the Indian market recently. Even though it is a facelifted vehicle, it has received a substantial amount of upgrades that make it look completely different from the pre-facelift version of the car, especially at the front. Well, here is a first drive review of the car, which will you how the new Kwid Climber is and what all have changed in the vehicle compared to the previous version of the car.

The video of the Kwid has been uploaded Aayush ssm on his YouTube channel. The video is not made by us and the comments in the video are made by the video uploader. Check out the first drive review of the Renault Kwid Climber.

In the first part, the video shows the exterior of the Kwid Climber and reads out all the changes in the vehicle. The new Renault Kwid now gets an all-new front-end. The most drastic change in the vehicle is its headlamps. The vehicle gets split headlamps, which has been spotted in many other cars in the Indian market, however, this is a segment-first feature. The car also gets new bumpers and a new grille, which makes the front-end look extremely good. From the side and the rear, the new Kwid remains similar to the pre-facelifted version of the car. Apart from these changes, Renault has also increased the overall ground clearance of the Kwid Climber by 4mm. It now offers a total of 184mm of ground clearance, which is quite a lot in the segment.

The Renault Kwid Climber’s cabin also gets a lot of highlights inside the cabin. It gets an all-new dashboard with an all-new infotainment system. The Renault Kwid Climber comes powered only by a single-engine option. It gets the 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 67 Bhp and peak torque of 91 Nm. It gets a 5-speed manual transmission. The video review says that the Kwid Climber has become quite peppy and he feels that the vehicle has even become peppier than the last version. The video also shows the new digital instrument cluster of the Kwid that looks quite futuristic too.

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In all, the Renault Kwid comes loaded with a long list of features. It also gets standard features like driver airbag, ABS+EBD, high-speed alert, rear parking sensors, seatbelt alert system and more. The passenger airbag and the rearview camera with guidelines are optional. The new Kwid will take on the likes of newly launched Maruti Suzuki S-Presso and the Tata Tiago in the market.