Renault Lodgy (2019)

Renault Lodgy (2019)


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Car Variant 2019 Renault Lodgy Diesel Stepway RXZ 85PS
Availability Status in India Discontinued
Car Type MUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Latest Price in India Renault Lodgy Diesel Stepway RXZ 85PS price was INR 11 lakh before being discontinued.
ARAI Mileage (Certified) 20.51 kmpl
Top Speed 160 kmph
Official Tagline Take Your World With You
Engine cc (Displacement) 1461 cc
Gearbox Type Manual
Number of Gears 5-Speed Manual
Maximum Power 83.8 Bhp @ 3750 rpm
Maximum Torque 200 Nm @ 1900 rpm
Engine Details 1.5 dCi HP, 4 Cyl In-Line, Common Rail Direct Injection (Dci), Diesel
Number of Cylinders 4
Mileage (City) 16 kmpl (approx.)
Mileage (Highway) 18 kmpl (approx.)
Overall Length 4498 mm
Overall Width 1751 mm
Overall Height 1697 mm
Wheelbase 2810 mm
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Kerb Weight 1302 kg
Front Overhang 822 mm
Rear Overhang 866 mm
Front Track 1490 mm
Rear Track 1478 mm
Seating Capacity 8
Number of Seating Rows 3 Rows
Number of Doors 5 Doors
Boot Space 207 litres
Boot Space (Folded Rear Seats) 589 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity 50 litres
Front Brakes Disc
Rear Brakes Drum
Front Suspension McPherson Strut with Anti-roll Bar
Rear Suspension Torsion Beam with Anti-roll Bar
Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Tyre Size R15
Full Wheelcaps
Luggage Lamp
Steering Adjustment (Rake)
Steering Mounted Controls
Power Outlet 3
Rear AC Vents
Remote Fuel Filler
Air Conditioner
Captain Seats
Keyless Entry
Power Steering
Rear Defogger
Rear Washer & Wiper
Cruise Control
Anti-Pinch Smart Window
Audible Headlight-on Reminder
Power Windows
Coat Hooks
Chrome Front Grille
Body Coloured Outside Mirrors
Body Coloured Door Handles
Body Coloured Bumpers
Door Black out Tapes
Outside Rear-view Mirrors Both Side Electric
Rear Garnish
Roof Rails
Tinted Glass
Leather Steering/Gear knob
Glove Box
Cigarette Lighter
Dual Tone Interiors
Chrome Inside Door Handles
Rear Seat Belts 5
Airbags 2
Rear View Camera
Crash Sensor
Parking Sensors
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Brake Assist
Engine Immobilizer
Child-Protection Door Locks
Central Locking
Trip Distance
Digital Clock
Door Ajar Warning
Low Fuel Warning
Front Fog Lights
Music System
Number of Speakers 4
AUX Compatibility
MP3 Playback
USB Compatibility
AM/FM Radio
CD Player
iPod Compatibility
GPS Navigation System
Bluetooth Compatibility
Front Centre Armrest
Leather Seats
Lumbar Support
Folding Rear Seats
Rear Centre Armrest
Driver Seat Adjustment

Renault Lodgy (2019) Review

11 Apr, 2015 01:36 PM


The hints from the French automaker for a seven seater turned reality on the day the Lodgy was spied for the first time. The new Renault Lodgy has been under many tests from a long period of time and now finally, Renault has entered the battleground of MUVs. This segment demands practical examples of auto world, not just being good at performance; the mileage also needs attention and vice versa. Renault launched the Lodgy MPV in India on 9th April with a starting price tag of INR 8.19 lakhs for the base 85PS model and INR 11.79 lakhs for the top 110PS model.

Engine and Performance

The Lodgy comes with a 1461 cc, 1.5 dCi, 4 cylinder In-line, CRDi engine. The engine performs very well and Renault offers the car in two power options. If he drive easy, he don't love adventure, just stay calm and follow a simple routine, he's eligible for the 85PS version of Lodgy. As the name explains it produces 83.8 BHP @ 3750 rpm and 200 NM @ 1900 rpm. It is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and returns a company claimed 21.04 kmpl. This one offers impressive specs for a normal day riding experience. Now that was him, it’s your time now. You plan for a movie but end up to a road trip, your love for the mountains is never going to end, and you discover a new road every day. You got yourself a 110PS version, producing a massive 108 BHP and 245 NM of torque. You have the rights to rule the highway with your 6-speed manual transmission. You just perform like a beast but use only a litre for 19.98 km. You and your Lodgy make the best team out there. Renault makes the story alive with its new power options.


The design factor remains silent in the case of Lodgy as more concentrated approach has been toward the spacing and comfort factor of the car. Some edgy design would have led to reduced level of visibility from the glass or a smaller leg room for the third row. Renault has taken each and every part carefully before finalizing the launch, making it a real competitor when it comes to 7 or 8 people for a single car. Using chrome wisely has made a decent impact on its first look reviews and may become one genuine reason for the car to stay up in the market. Rear gets some shining star type of lights, spreading its light in the form of red glass around the white one. Overall, the design looks pretty good for everyday use (by completely forgetting what everyone around would think).


The interior has been kept decent as the image of a family car was to be kept alive. None of the shiny element of dashboard messes up with the sincerity of the Brown & Beige combination. The seats feel premium not just from the looks, but also from quality of the materials used. A three spoke steering wheel, housing the switches for music control is being used. The chrome Renault logo in the center matches the chrome rings of the speedometer, pleasing the driver every time he rides. The same chrome ring encloses every single vent in the front, making the dashboard an admirable one. Spacing has been equally provided to all the rows, taking equal care of the last row passengers also. But, if you cross 6 feet in total, first two rows are made for you.

Comfort while Driving

Renault clarifies to the fans that from the smaller city rides to a long holiday vacation, the comfort level of the passengers will not be compromised. Each of the 3 rows has its own AC vents, making it ultra-comfortable for every passenger. Your phone would love the Lodgy more than you, as it gets its energy source (12V socket), no matter which row you wish to be seated. Legs are all happy as no need to fight for their rights (the minimum space to stay easy). You will get a bit more than you would expect every time. Carrying luggage has been made easy as the third row is detachable, making a huge 589 litres of space behind the seats. Rear parking camera and sensors make this giant easy to park and eliminates the need of a commander (a person waving in order to park the car properly) standing behind, giving some ugly signs of turning around, moving and freezing.

Brakes and Suspension

Keeping the safety alive, Renault has rolled out the Lodgy with ABS, EBD and brake assist. The front gets a disc braking system whereas the rear gets drum brakes only. The whole setup provides enough braking force for Lodgy, making it a safe vehicle to drive. The suspension at the front is a McPherson strut and the rear is the Torsion beam, both equipped with anti-roll bar. Suspension fully handles its duty and makes every ride a joy ride.


Renault provides a driver side airbag and a passenger side airbag in its new offering. The provision of braking safety has been made with the ABS and EBD. Also the crash sensors have been implanted, which on the time of collision automatically unlock the doors and let the passengers easily come out of the vehicle. The MPV comes with an electronic speed limiter, which makes it safe to be driven in some other hands also.

Shades and Price

Renault Lodgy is available in 4 shades - White, Silver, Purple and Black. Renault has launched the Lodgy with a starting price tag of INR 8.19 lakhs for the base 85PS model and INR 11.79 lakhs for the top 110PS model. At this price, Renault gives a tough competition to the others, expecting the same response as it had for its Duster.

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Rishi Sarda
6 years ago

I bought home this complete family car last month and if you listen to me then there is no match for Lodgy's performance and appeal. Innova is there since long but if there is one MUV that does better than it than its Lodgy.

6 years ago

Lodgy is built to comfort. Nice, comfortable seats, spacious leg-room. Once I had a short drive on the back seats of ertiga. The journey was small yet very uncomfortable. The legroom was so small that I had cramped in my legs. Now in lodgy you won’t feel much difference between middle seat and the rear seats as they both offers excellent space for headroom and legroom.

Abhishek Jain
6 years ago

What I really like about lodgy is its metal finish at front on lamps and sideways, it creates a pure style statement. What I am expecting is to experience its interiors and drive quality!

Akshar Patel
8 years ago

Lodgy was not even on my list when I decided to buy an MPV. Came to know about it from ads and did a little internet surfing. Took a test drive and booked it right next day. Very good experience.

Mithun M
8 years ago

Lodgy looks great in purple and grey. Do not like other colour options. It has been in my family since almost 3 months now and we have used it as much as we could because we keep on travelling for business and family related trips. When we bought it, people literally stopped us and asked us about the car. It was really flattering. The 85 PS STD model is economic, spacious and comfortable for city commute. Had a good experience buying Renault car.

9 years ago

Lodgy seems a bit bigger than Innova spacewise no? When will it be available?

9 years ago

Competition to Innova has still no arrived @ 2500cc and 101 bhp......

9 years ago

Much needed product for them. Let's wait for the launch.

10 years ago

Anyway, the two diesel engines are, a 1598cc 1.6L K7M aspirated, SOHC 8v petrol engine ............1.2L H5Ft turbocharged DOHC 16v petrol engine..... .

Arent they supposed to be diesel engines ?

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