Renault Cars and Prices

Renault has 7 car models available in India out of which 2 are hatchbacks, 2 are sedans, 2 are SUVs and 1 is MUV/MPV. Renault has total of 12 petrol versions and 32 diesel versions. There are 4 automatic car versions and 40 manual transmission car versions to select from.

2.67 - 4.64 lakhs

Hatchback | Petrol | Automatic,Manual

Renault Kwid
7.95 - 12.79 lakhs

SUV | Diesel,Petrol | Manual,Automatic

Renault Duster
8.33 - 11.82 lakhs

Mpv/Muv | Diesel | Manual

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Renault Lodgy
10 - 14.06 lakhs

SUV | Diesel,Petrol | Manual

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Renault Captur
All Prices are Ex-showroom, Delhi.

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Latest Renault News

  • Renault Arkana revealed at 2018 Moscow Motor Show
    Renault Arkana revealed at 2018 Moscow Motor Show
    Wednesday 29 August 2018, 18:02 PMby Nikhil Puthran
    Renault-Arkana-revealed Renault has globally unveiled the Arkana coupe-crossover at the 2018 Moscow Motor Show. The vehicle has derived its name from the Latin word arcum meaning secret. The ...
  • Renault to unveil Arkana crossover tomorrow
    Renault to unveil Arkana crossover tomorrow
    Tuesday 28 August 2018, 14:47 PMby Desirazu Venkat
    The Renault Arkana crossover will be unveiled tomorrow at the 2018 Moscow Motor Show. It’s expected to be a coupe-SUV styled vehicle that’s underpinned by Renault’s B0 platform. ...
  • Renault's new C-segment crossover to be called Arkana
    Renault's new C-segment crossover to be called Arkana
    Wednesday 22 August 2018, 14:40 PMby Nikhil Puthran
    Renault-Arkana Renault Captur based C-segment crossover will be called as the Arkana. The vehicle is slated for launch in 2019 and production version will unveiled at the Moscow International ...
  • Renault Captur to be offered in Petrol automatic in 2019
    Renault Captur to be offered in Petrol automatic in 2019
    Friday 10 August 2018, 17:33 PMby Nikhil Puthran
    Renault Captur to be offered in Petrol automatic in 2019 Renault introduced the Captur crossover in the country last year. The vehicle was limited to a manual transmission option at the time of ...
  • Updated Renault Kwid launched in India
    Updated Renault Kwid launched in India
    Wednesday 01 August 2018, 12:25 PMby Bilal Firfiray
    The 2018 Renault Kwid has been updated with additional features like reverse parking camera, rear armrest, a rear 12V socket for passenger, and rear retractable seatbelt. The AMT variants now also ...

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About Renault

Summary

Renault made its official entry into India with the Fluence in 2012. Before this, the company had come to India with the Logan as a JV with Mahindra. The French company has set-up a plant in JV with its now sister concern Nissan. Both the companies have a plant and research and development centre in Chennai. Both these brands are working on developing new platforms that has made it possible to make a lot more products for the Indian car market and at the same time even export it to other car markets.

Renault has just launched the Kwid, which is a game changing product for the company. There are a lot more products like the Kwid that will be launched in the coming few years. All these are based on the new CMF-A platform that has been localised. The operations of this plant commenced in 2011 and now it is one of the largest car exporter from India as a JV with Nissan.

Indian Operations And Executive Management

As March Nassif departed back home, Renault India’s CEO and MD is Sumit Sawhney. This responsibility has been passed on to him since 2014. tHe company is a part of Asia Pacific operations, which is headed by Mr Gilles Normand. Renault commenced its Indian journey in 2012, when it launched the Fluence. Prior to this, it was present in India as a part of a JV with Mahindra, and then it was selling the Logan that was manufactured in Mahindra’s plant.

In September 2008, the company had set-up a global vehicle design studio in Mumbai. This is a studio at par with any other Renault centre. This studio has designed the Renault Duster for India, the Pulse and even the Scala. Now, the new Kwid has also been made by this design centre and one of the first major projects for the Indian car market.

The company has a plant in Chennai, which is owned by Renault Nissan jointly. The CMF-A platform has been developed here and Nissan will also be having a product base don this platform. Chassis and even powertrains are manufactured at this facility.

Product & Services

Renault has been very aggressive with its product and network strategy. In about three years, the company has a dealership network of 150 showrooms across the country. This includes major cities, urban towns and semi-urban areas. The company has even introduced aggressive products like the Duster and now the Kwid as well. The company is also doing a CSR activity where it is educating people on road safety. The company has a tie-up with Linc Pen and Plastics Ltd. Renault has even participated as a sponsor in the Tour De India 2013 cycling event when it was held in India for the first time.

Founder And First Car

Renault Corporation was founded in 1899 under the name of Society Renault Freres. This company was formed by Louis Renault, Fernand Renault and Marcel Renault. The three brothers looked into the company into different aspects, while Louis was the engineer who was designing the vehicles. The Renault brand got AG1 fleet taxi cars. Renault had become one of the largest automakers in France and it still is.

Environmental Initiatives

Renault has several hybrid and electric vehicles in Europe like Kangoo, Twizy, Zoe, Ondelious hybrid car etc. But for India, it doesn’t have any of them at the moment. The French automaker is focusing on entering several new segments in India at the moment than introducing electric and hybrid vehicles. The company is also selling Dacia products like the Lodgy and the Duster under the Renault brand itself.

USP

The Duster and the Kwid have been highly successful products for Renault so far. Renault’s biggest USP is the fuel-efficiency, ride quality and the driving characteristics of its vehicles. The comfort and space too are good on its products be it Kwid, Lodgy or the Duster. The French automakers are known for their suspension set-up and the Renault brand is no different.

Resale Value

Renault being a new brand doesn’t have a very high resale value, but the Duster surely has good resale value. The company is doing well with its brand image that is helping it and its buyers as well.

Competition

Renault is growing at a very Rapid pace in India. Renault’s success with the Duster and now the Kwid means it competes with Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai. There are several new products that Renault will be introducing to get into different segments.

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