Renault Offering Benefits Up To Rs 30,000 On Kwid

Renault Offering Benefits Up To Rs 30,000 On Kwid
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The benefits on the Renault Kwid are available till 31 October The Renault Kwid is a sweet package that...

The benefits on the Renault Kwid are available till 31 October

2018 Renault Kwid Launched, Price Remains Unchanged

The Renault Kwid is a sweet package that mixes a SUV body style with the dimensions of a hatchback. The deal is now even sweeter as Renault is offering benefits up to Rs 30,000 on their smallest offering in India.

For those customers who are looking to buy the Kwid in NCR, Haryana, J&K, Punjab, Chandigarh Tricity, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan, the French carmaker is offering a 4 year warranty package. This includes the standard 2 year/50,000km warranty. The extended 2 year/50,000km warranty on top of that is being made available at no extra cost. Apart from that, buyers in the above mentioned regions can avail benefits up to Rs 30,000. That includes exchange benefits up to Rs 15,000, first year insurance at Re 1 on outgoing range / 50 per cent of the first year insurance on new range. Apart from that, a corporate bonus of Rs 2000 for Govt/PSU clients is also available.

If you are from any other part of India other than the above mentioned regions, the warranty package stays the same. However, benefits available are only up to Rs 20,000. They include accessories worth Rs 5,000, first year insurance at Re 1 on outgoing range / 50 per cent of the first year insurance on new range. The corporate bonus of ₹2000 for Govt/PSU clients stays the same.

Last month, Renault was offering a Rs 15,000 cash discount on the Super Hero Edition of the Renault Kwid. If you missed out on that, it is a good time to buy the Kwid now. The benefits being offered currently on the Kwid are part of Renault Mahotsav and can be availed till 31 October 2018.

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