For over 30 years there has been absolutely no challenge to Maruti when it comes to small family cars. But Renault did something which no one expected -- it gave India an alternative to the Alto with the Kwid. Its SUV-inspired looks and first-in-segment features were successful in garnering huge int
The Renault Captur promises to be rugged and practical like an SUV, but sleek and premium too. A complete road test shows whether it delivers or not.
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The two most popular hatchbacks battle it out!
First car battle: Should you buy the petrol powered Renault Kwid or the Tata Tiago? We find out
When you scour through pages of Indian automotive history, you'll find that it is always the 'brand' that made the 'car' popular. For example, 'Maruti' made the 800 iconic, 'Mahindra' made the Bolero what it is and 'Toyota' made the Innova moniker click. What we have on our hands today is something
Indians love their set of four wheels. It isn't just another asset you own but also a matter of pride and joy. For years now, this pride and joy was a Maruti. Through the decades, the Maruti 800, Zen, Alto and more recently the Alto 800 / K10 have found homes looking for their first new car. There's
The MPV battle just got more intense with Renault joining the fray as well. We take the new Lodgy for a spin to see how Innova...sorry innovative it really is! Think MPV and the first thing that comes to anyone’s lips or mind is the Toyota Innova and that is the kind of monopoly that the Innova has
When Renault launched the Duster in India two years ago the SUV sold like hot cakes. This was an SUV which was appealing to the masses not just aesthetically but also financially. Though not a hard core off-roader the Renault Duster quickly impressed auto enthusiasts winning praises, and though it l
Renault has undergone changes on its other SUV, the Koleos recently. We get our hands on the Koleos and find out how good it is. The Koleos hasn't taken off well, even though it is a brilliant product. It has the underpinnings of the Nissan X-Trail and shares the same powertrain too. Renault has upg
We love all the big cars, and SUVs, in particular attract us the most and if one of these cars returns more value for money, we definitely go gaga at it. One such example is Renault Duster. When the French manufacturer launched this Romanian beast in India some two years back, we took it hand to han
We have recently developed a liking for compact SUV. They have high seating, good ground clearance and comfortable ride. To top it up, even the drive is like a sedan. This makes it a perfect recipe for a great city car. Pot holes are dealt by the large rubbery tyres and the mighty suspension, making
The Renault Scala and the Ford Fiesta are two different automatics, here to make the difference. The recently launched Scala CVT is the only vehicle in its segment to get this transmission, while the Fiesta gets a double-clutch box. Both the transmissions are different from the conventional automati
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 forwar
Renault is on an all time high in India off late, with the grand success and initial bookings for its Mini SUV Duster. The Renault Duster has recorded more than 16,500 bookings and still counting.
The most talked about car model currently in the Indian car market is none other than the Renault Duster. In fact Duster has been creating a lot of buzz right since it was confirmed and showcased by Renault India at the Auto Expo early this year. Just for the records, Duster is manufactured at the R
Renault launched the Fluence in India in 2011 with variants in both petrol and diesel versions. The Fluence has been on Indian roads for some time. Renault sometime back launched the top end Diesel version E4. Many thought that the Diesel version lacked the features that were available on the E4 Pet
It has been a while that Renault is in the Indian market. From the days they partnered with Mahindra and sold the Logan, a partnership that did not go very well, till recently that Renault has been going solo, the French car company has seen a sea change in the perception with Indian customers. The
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
Renault India, have launched Koleos, their well known SUV in the Indian market. Coming with the tag line ‘Power meet Pleasure’ this brute 4X4 SUV is part of the mission of the company to redefine its brand identity and establish itself as one of the reputed car makers here in India. Renault is sti
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