Renault India is offering discounts of up to Rs 94,000 on its cars in June. The French carmaker’s India line-up includes the Kwid hatchback, the Triber MPV and the Kiger compact SUV, all of which can be availed with cash discounts, loyalty benefits and exchange bonuses. Do note that Renault India is additionally offering a Rs 10,000 exchange benefit on all vehicles under the scrappage policy, in whichever state applicable.
Save up to Rs 94,000
The Triber is Renault’s sub-4m MPV offering for the Indian market. Its main USP is that it can seat seven people despite its small proportions. The MPV is being offered with cash discounts of Rs 40,000 and loyalty benefits worth Rs 44,000. Adding the scrappage policy benefits, the Triber can be had for up to Rs 94,000 off.
The limited edition model of the Triber, however, only gets loyalty benefits worth Rs 44,000, which brings the total discount to Rs 54,000, including scrappage benefits.
Save up to Rs 82,000
The Kwid is Renault’s budget hatchback, which received a facelift in 2019. It comes with two engine options – a 1.0-litre and an 800cc unit, producing 68hp and 54hp, respectively. The 2021 model year Kwid gets discounts of up to Rs 82,000, which consists of cash discounts worth Rs 35,000, a loyalty bonus worth Rs 37,000, and the scrappage policy benefits.
The 2022 model year, on the other hand, gets discounts up to Rs 77,000. These include Rs 30,000 in the form of cash discounts, while the other two offers remain the same.
Save up to Rs 75,000
The Kiger turned around the fortunes of Renault when it was launched last year. The compact SUV gets two petrol engine options – a 1.0 turbo and a 1.0 naturally aspirated unit. It comes with loyalty benefits worth Rs 55,000 and corporate offers worth Rs 10,000, taking the total discounts offered to Rs 75,000 after adding scrappage benefits.
Disclaimer: Discounts vary from city to city and are subject to the availability of stock. Please check with your local dealer for exact discount figures.
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