Renault India completes 10 years, 90 thousand benefits will be available on buying a car
New Delhi. Renault India has completed 10 years of its work in the country. The French carmaker has launched a new RXT (O) variant of the newly launched Renault KIGER in the month of August 2021 with several plans and promotions for all existing and new customers to mark the occasion. Under the Freedom Carnival, Renault is offering additional benefits to customers booking Renault cars over a period of 10 days, which will conclude as Independence Day on August 15.
Renault is offering this benefit – Freedom Carnival’ is applicable from 6th to 15th August all over India except Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and Kerala. For these states, specific offers with maximum benefits of up to Rs 90,000 have been launched to celebrate the festive fervour during upcoming festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Onam.
These offers will benefit – these additional benefits are being offered throughout the month in addition to the valid offer. In addition to offers announced as cash offers and exchange bonuses, the company has also announced a “Buy Now and Pay in 2022” scheme on purchase of quid, triber and kigar, in which buyers can choose a new Renault car for themselves and start paying EMI after 6 months.
For the newly launched variant, Renault KIGER RXT (O) will be available in 1.0L energy engines in both MT and AMT transmissions. RXT (O) variants will get some of the customers’ preferred premium features from RXZ variants such as tri-octa LED Pure Vision Headlamps and 40.64 cm diamond cut alloy wheels, at even more affordable prices.
The wireless smartphone replication function in the cabin has been extended to RXT (O) variant, allowing passengers to connect their smartphone to a 20.32 cm display link floating touchscreen. It also contains PM2.5 filters for air purification inside the cabin.
Renault is one of the first manufacturers in India to launch a vehicle scrap program called ReLIVE. The program offers an opportunity for customers who want to exchange their end-of-life cars with new Renault cars and provide the best scrappage price courtesy of the additional scrapage benefits the company is offering. Renault has been able to sell more than 700,000 vehicles in India during this decade.