The Kwid, Triber, and Kiger models from Renault's India lineup have all been modified

New safety and convenience features are now standard on all three models. 

The French carmaker has also unveiled a new Kwid version in addition to these improvements. 

Renault has revised the pricing of the updated Kwid, Triber, and Kiger in addition to opening reservations at all of its dealerships.

The three models continue to be powered by their respective petrol engines

which have now been updated to meet the upcoming Real Driving Emission regulations

All three models will be equipped with a self-diagnostic device that will constantly monitor 

along with other critical emission devices such as the catalytic converter and oxygen sensors. 

The Triber is powered by a 72hp, 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine that’s offered with either a 5-speed

 Meanwhile, the Kiger can also be had with the same naturally aspirated engine 

as the Triber that’s only offered with a 5-speed manual. 

Interestingly, Renault has also introduced a new RXE variant of the Kwid which is priced at Rs 4.69 lakh

This variant now acts as the entry-level version of the Kwid, replacing the previous RXL 

Therefore, Renault has effectively dropped the 800cc engine entirely from its line-up due to low demand.