KWID 800 is a Budget Hatchback with Impressive Features and Performance
After waiting for months, finally Renault launched its new hatchback by the name of 'KWID'. It is an entry level compact hatchback which has been offered at an economical rate. The design is SUV-inspired, with a tall posture and bulged-out exteriors that provides the KWID a big car feel. Dashboard is the highlight of the interiors and KWID has got features that no other car in the segment offers, including a 7-inch multimedia system with satnav, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. In terms of safety it has an optional airbag. It has 13 inch wheels and despite the small size it looks quite good. It is the first Renault-Nissan Alliance model to use the CMF-A platform. The front seats are comfortable and there is good headroom while legroom at the rear is decent (but more than competitors) the headroom is in abundance. In terms of boot space it scores again with 300 litres which can be increased to 1115 litres. As far as ride and handling is concerned, it excels in ride quality the most. It weighs just 660 kg which makes it lightest car in the segment. It's 3-spoke steering wheel is a neatly finished unit, and feels good to use and hold as is the digital instrument cluster with a gear-shift indicator. On the whole, Renault has done a great job with the KWID no doubt. It has ultimate potential to offer good value to its owner.
Best Features: Economical & Looks
Pros: Looks, engine, braking, interiors, handling, economical, ride quality
Cons: No drawbacks