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Business Renault Kwid, Triber become costlier in India. Here’s the updated price list


Renault India has revised price list of the popular Kwid and the seven-seat compact MPV, Triber. While the Triber has now become dearer by up to ₹13,000, the Kwid will now be up to ₹3,510 costlier to buy. Save for the price hike, nothing else has changed on the cars and both sport the same existing mechanical and convenience features.The price revision throughout the variant list of Kwid has been kept the same at ₹3,510. Here are the revised ex-showroom prices for the 2020 Kwid:Standard 0.8-Litre – ₹3,07,800RXE 0.8-litre – ₹3,77,800RXL 0.8-litre – ₹4,07,800RXT 0.8-litre – ₹4,37,800RXL 1.0-litre MT – ₹4,29,800RXL 1.0-litre AMT – ₹4,61,800RXT 1.0-litre MT – ₹4,67,500RXT 1.0-litre AMT – ₹4,99,500Climber 1.0-litre MT – ₹4,88,700Climber 1.0-litre AMT – ₹5,20,700The Renault Kwid comes in two engine options – 0.8-litre and 1.0-litre. While the smaller unit has been featured with a manual transmission option, the bigger 1.0-litre engine is available in both manual transmission and AMT options.(Also Read: Renault Duster 1.3 turbo petrol launched, becomes most powerful SUV in segment)Coming on to the seven seater MPV, Triber. The price hike ranges from ₹4,000 to ₹11,500. Here is the updated price list:RXE MT – ₹5,12,000 ( ₹13,000 hike)RXL MT – ₹5,89,500 ( ₹4,000 hike)RXL AMT – ₹6,29,500 ( ₹11,500 hike)RXT MT – ₹6,39,500 ( ₹4,000 hike)RXT AMT – ₹6,79,500 ( ₹11,500 hike)RXZ MT – ₹6,94,500 ( ₹5,000 hike)RXZ AMT – ₹7,34,500 ( ₹12,500 hike)(Also Read: Renault adds 17 new sales, service touchpoints in India in April-July period)At the heart of the Triber MPV sits a 1.0-litre petrol engine which comes married to a five-speed manual transmission as well as AMT unit which is optional.

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