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February 26, 2015: Renault India , in order to uplift its model line has silently launched Pulse facelift at Rs 5.03 Lac (Ex-showroom Delhi). The 2015 facelift now gets little upscaled inside out. It gets automatic headlamps, steering mounted controls and a height adjustable driver seat for better comfort. The facelift now gets all new dual tone dashboard with a piano black finish on the central console.
I decided to go for Renault Pulse because this hatchback is compact in size which helps me to move easily and efficiently in city traffic. Generally, the cars of this compact size lead to a problem of low cargo space but despite that space is quite decent in the Pulse.
The engine under the hood of Renault Pulse is performing very well with reasonable fuel economy figures which seem to be difficult to achieve with such a frugal engine response. With my driving experience, the Renault Pulse is an read more 5
I was looking for a small car which can easily negotiate the city traffic and has a reasonably powerful engine. After checking a lot of cars I decided to go for Renault Pulse because this hatchback is compact in size, which helps me to move easily and efficiently in city traffic. The engine of this car provides me with an adequate power to easily go for intercity travel daily. The looks are great and the car is also comfortable. It gives a decent mileage so is not quite heavy on my purse.
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Look and Style: The front end is crisp and sharp, the headlights and hexagonal grille are pretty appealing, the choice of six colors on the outside is pretty wide with colors like solid black, champagne gold, pearl white, metallic silver, metallic gray and metallic red. The cuts and curves are eye-popping. Interior and Comfort: The cabin seems very roomy with an arched roof; the interiors look smart intelligent and very chic. The dual theme, leather on steering and gearbox, increased head and le read more 9
Prior to the launch of the Kwid, the Pulse was Renault’s most affordable car in India. The hatchback is essentially the Nissan Micra in a slightly more upmarket avatar and has a higher starting price too. Does the added money just get you something different or something more?
Things We Like in Pulse
1.5-litre diesel engine offers great driveability and performance.
Looks handsome and will stand out in a crowd.
Well-designed, practical and spacious interior.
Things We Don't Like in Pulse
No CVT petrol automatic offered like the Micra.
ABS unavailable with petrol engine.
The Renault Pulse, standalone, is a great city car.
"It’s easy to drive, efficient and fairly practical, but at its price, falls into the same category as more modern cars like the Hyundai Grand i10, Ford Figo and Maruti Ignis."
Even more affordable cars like the Tata Tiago have entered the fray, so the Pulse is a hard sell.
Renault’s innings in India began with its association with Mahindra and this got the French car maker’s first car model-the Logan in India. The Logan did sell well to an extent but differences with Mahindra saw the cease in Renault – Mahindra tie up in 2010 and also gave the Logan to Mahindra which is now sold as the Verito. Renault then got its act together and decided to re-launch its brand and got its Executive sedan, Fluence followed by its SUV ‘the Koleos’. The demand for small cars is always high in India and Renault wants to get into serious business by the recent offering of its first small car the Pulse.
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Renault India in order to uplift its model line has silently launched Pulse facelift at Rs 5.03 Lac (Ex-showroom Delhi). The 2015 Pulse facelift now gets little upscaled inside out. It gets automatic headlamps, steering mounted controls and a height adjustable driver seat for better comfort. In coming months, the automaker will also launch Lodgy and Stepway MPV and also a new small car. Both the MPVs will be launched in the month of March while the small car will be introduced in the festive months. Read Full News
Renault’s Indian subsidiary has reportedly put a temporary stop on the production of its Scala sedan and Pulse hatchback, citing low demands of these models in the country. As per the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), the company hasn’t rolled out Scala from the facility since 183 units were manufactured in May last year, while the last batch of the Pulse was made in October, accounting for mere 59 units. Read Full News
620 Pulse and 26 Scala produced between September 2011 and July 2012 are recalled Renault India has announced that they will recall 646 cars (Pulse and Scala) in the country. The French automaker is voluntarily recalling 620 units of Pulse hatchback along with 26 units of Scala. The recall includes both petrol and diesel variants of Pulse while affected Scalas account for diesel variants only. Both the vehicles are produced in India at the Renault-Nissan manufacturing facility in Chennai along side their alter-egos Nissan Micra and Sunny. Read Full News