SINCE it was launched in Mzansi in 2016, the Renault KWID has redefined the market by offering affordable mobility.
The KWID certainly looks good and provides some great entry-level bang for your buck.
Having shaken up the new budget car segment, Renault has now made available a limited edition KWID ULTRA LTD EDT, with amazing features for its segment.
These include an 8” touchscreen MediaNav with Bluetooth and a reverse camera with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
It boasts generously-sized, sporty front seats, offering comfort while the electric power steering and the one-touch lane change indicator makes driving a breeze.
Electric front and rear windows add driver and passenger ease, while powerful air-conditioning with heater functionality ensures driving pleasure under any weather conditions.
As far as safety goes, it has dual front airbags, ABS brakes and improved road holding thanks to the 14” wheels and stronger rear axle. It’s powered by the frugal 1,0-litre Smart Control efficiency (SCe) engine optimised for performance and efficiency.
It provides best in-class fuel efficiency, from only 4,7 litres/100km on the manual models and an impressive 4,4 litres/100km on the AMT model in the fuller range.
The AA-Kinsey Report recognised the KWID 1.0 Expression as the car that boasts the cheapest parts basket in the country.
Renault KWID Expression 1,0-litre SCe R162 900
Renault KWID Expression AMT 1,0-litre SCe R172 900
Renault KWID Dynamique 1,0-litre SCe R172 900
Renault KWID ULTRA LTD EDT 1,0-litre SCe R174 900
Renault KWID Dynamique AMT 1,0-litre SCe R182 900
Renault KWID CLIMBER 1,0-litre SCe R183 900
Renault KWID CLIMBER AMT 1,0-litre SCe R193 900.