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February 25, 2015: Renault India 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 this model 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. The company most likely will launch the facelifts for both the models and once the refreshed models will arrive in the market, the production is expected to get back its pace again. This company offers this series with 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine options, while the Pulse is being offered with a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel mills.
Look and Style: Looks awsome from front & back, sides are exact replica of Sunny. very Stylish back Crome with Logo embosed. Very good aero dynamic shape.
Comfort: Awsome space & very good interiors compared to Vento/Rapid & other India/Koren cars. The leg room in front & rear are outstanding. Space btwn drive & co-passenge is very good. Even if the front passenge & drive seats are completed pulled back, there is excellent space for your leg room.
Pickup: Reasonably good read more 33
All the hype around Renault's Scala had every Indian auto enthusiast on edge. And all that attention wasn't without reason, for the French car maker had made its intentions obvious, that it was ready to claim its share in the C segment automobiles. With such ambitious plans, the strength of its brand name combined with their own version of Nissan Sunny was reason enough for car lovers to go gaga about it. Well, there is no denying that Renault Scala is a clone of the Japanese car, i.e. N read more 13
I have a top-end Diesel Scala and is driven by my family is a Tier 2 town. +ves Elegant Design : Scala has adorable cuts and curves - the French elements of design on the Japanese platform has given us a perfect blend of glitz with class. Boot Space is decent, it cozies up all passengers and can easily take 3 in the backseat. Reliability : 15 months into ownership and the only expenditure has been the regular maintenance service- which cost almost nothing. All parts, fabric and switch gear a read more 2
The Renault Scala is a badge-engineered car i.e. like the Volkswagen Vento-Skoda Rapid and Renault Pulse-Nissan Micra duos, it’s essentially the same car as the Nissan Sunny, with some design and packaging differences. The Scala has the same selling points as the Sunny, albeit in a classier looking package. So is it worth considering?
Things We Like in Scala
Accommodating 490-litre boot offers enough space for the whole family’s luggage.
Good interior fit and finish quality.
Comfortable seats, easy ingress, rear AC vents and smooth ride quality. Ideal for chauffeur-driven owners.
Fantastic cabin space makes it a great car for 5 occupants.
Dual airbags, ABS with EBD and adjustable front/rear headrests offered as standard.
Things We Don't Like in Scala
Diesel engine doesn’t get the option of an automatic transmission. Petrol automatic discontinued too.
Car feels outdated when compared to its rivals.
Petrol engine offers average mid-range and top-end performance.
Stand Out Features
Standard safety kit.
While the Scala is a Nissan Sunny at its essence, it is priced at a premium. However, that’s only because it has fewer variants. For e.g, the base Scala, while more expensive than the equivalent
"Sunny, gets a lot more standard features, including better safety tech for not much more money."
Even the top-end diesel variant is better value than an equivalent Sunny. However, it misses out on the option of a petrol automatic, nor is the petrol offered in the top-end grade.
The Scala is a great car for point A to B transport and has just about enough creature comforts. It’s also spacious enough for the whole family and even makes sense if you want a second car in the family for daily errands (read: For buyers who already have a luxury car in their garage). It’s also a good buy for fleet owners. Just don’t expect it to make a statement or invite your neighbour’s envy.
Renault fulfilled its promise of introducing five new products in the Indian market industry by the end of 2012. The last new product was the Scala, which is the re-badged version of the Sunny. Ofcourse, Renault has made a lot of things to the exterior styling and now, Renault has gone a step forward as it in...
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Carmaker Renault has issued a recall of its hatchback model – Pulse and its mid-sized sedan – Scala in India stating faulty airbag issues. The nationwide recall will include 646 units of the Pulse and the Scala which were manufactured during the period of September 2011 to July 2012. Read Full News
Renault India to entice new buyers is offering lucrative deals on its selected model lineup. The automaker has rolled out the “Diesel Car at the Price of Petrol” Campaign under which the Scala Diesel & Pulse Diesel are available at Petrol car price. Company is also giving attractive corporate offers of Rs. 20,000 and Rs 30,000 on Pulse & Scala respectively. On its highest selling compact SUV Duster, the company is offering special all India price for Duster RxL Diesel @ 9.29 lac and a special price for the Duster RxL AWD @ 11.29 lac. Read Full News
Renault India is offering Scala RxL Diesel trim at special price of Rs. 8.01 lac which is equivalent to its RxL petrol counterpart! Renault says the offer is applicable to limited stock until it lasts. The vehicle also comes with two year additional warranty and 4 years free roadside assistance. Read Full News