Renault launches Scala automatic

Renault Scala automatic available in two variants. Prices start at Rs 9.89 lakh.

Renault has added an automatic variant to the Scala line-up. 

The Scala automatic is equipped with a Continuously Variable Transmission supplied from Nissan known as the X-Tronic CVT.

The Scala CVT is available in two variants. The RXL is priced at Rs 8.99 lakh and is equipped with 15-inch alloy wheels, ABS with EBD, power mirrors, automatic climate control, a multi-function display and chrome door handles.

The more upmarket RXZ trim is priced at Rs 9.89 lakh and in addition to all the features available on the RXL, the RXZ adds power folding mirrors, leather upholstery and a chrome grille.

The French carmaker claims that the Scala auto delivers an ARAI-tested 17.97kpl, which is a shade more than the Ford Fiesta’s DCT auto variant, which gives 16.97kpl (ARAI-tested). 

Prices: 

Renault Scala Petrol CVT RXL: Rs 8.99 lakh

Renault Scala Petrol CVT RXZ: Rs 9.89 lakh

Ford Fiesta AT Style: Rs 9.23 lakh

Ford Fiesta AT Titanium: Rs 9.96 lakh

Honda City V AT: Rs 9.75 lakh

 

All prices ex-showroom, Delhi

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