Renault India has released the official commercial for its newest offering, Kwid Feature-Loaded Range, which was entirely shot in Chitwan, Nepal. With a tag-line of ‘From forests to valleys, discover more with the Renault KWID New Feature-Loaded Range’, the advert aims to showcase the many segment-first features of the new variant like Integrated Reverse Parking Camera, AMT Dial, and Rear Armrest, among many others.
Watch the advert here:
The video also reads ‘No animals were harmed during the making of the film. The film has been shot outside of India. Interaction with the animal has been performed under expert supervision, do not attempt to recreate.’
The 2018 Renault Kwid Feature Loaded Range is available in both manual and automated transmission options. The Kwid has been a volume driver for Renault India, selling more than 2,50,000 cars. Available in 8 trims with segment-first features, the 2018 Renault Kwid Feature Loaded Range has been launched at no additional price in the Indian market.
The 2018 Renault Kwid Feature Loaded Range will offer segment-leading length, power to weight ratio, boot space, ground clearance and cutting-edge technology. It boasts of several first-in-segment features led by its SUV inspired design, 7-inch touchscreen Media NAV system, Rear Camera, digital Instrument cluster, one-touch lane change indicator, radio speed-dependent volume control and pro-sense seatbelt pre-tensioners with load limiters. The 2018 Renault Kwid Feature Loaded Range is also loaded with the Rear ELR (Emergency Locking Retractor) across all the variants, which allows the rear seat belt to freely extend and retract with occupant movement, yet locks the belt during a sudden stop or upon impact.
Best-in-class features include its boot capacity of 300 litres, 180 mm of ground clearance, ergo-smart cabin, multiple storage spaces, upper segment body dimensions, interior space, service parts and maintenance cost, etc.
The other segment-first equipment is the Rear Camera, which is available in the variants – RXT (O) and Climber. In addition, the AMT variant of the car also comes equipped with the essential Traffic Assist which helps the vehicle to crawl forward in slow moving traffic and also prevents it from rolling back on slopes.
Apart from several active and passive safety equipment, the 2018 Kwid range features a driver airbag and first-in-class pro-sense seat belts – pre-tensioners with load limiters, an important safety feature that is usually offered in upper segment cars as standard. Expect the vehicle to make its Nepal debut at the upcoming NADA Auto Show which starts 11th September.