Renault Pulse Expert Review

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Introduction

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?

Pros
  • 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.
Cons
  • No CVT petrol automatic offered like the Micra.
  • ABS unavailable with petrol engine.

CarDekho Verdict

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.

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