– Renault issued a service campaign for the select 800cc Kwid variant.
– The hatchback is recalled for a faulty steering rack issue.
– The numbers and model year of the affected units are yet to be revealed.
– The inspection will be done free of cost.
Renault has announced a voluntary recall in the country for the Kwid hatchback. The reason being, that the 800cc (0.8-litre engined) Kwid has been reported for the faulty electronic steering rack issue. However, the exact numbers of vehicles and model year are yet to be revealed. The company issued a notice to affected cars’ owners announcing a service campaign for voluntary inspection of select few 0.8L Kwid variant.
The entire functionality and safety of the Kwid’s steering system will be done free of cost at all Renault service centers across the country. The company has already begun contacting customers that have been affected by the campaign. Just so you know, Renault recently introduced the 2018 Kwid Live For More Reloaded Edition with 10 new features.
Currently, the Renault Kwid is available in two petrol engine options – an 8.0-litre and 1.0-litre. While the former produces 53.2bhp with 72Nm, the latter one is good for 67bhp and 91Nm of torque. The hatchback carline is available with a 5-speed manual and an AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) gearbox options. Claimed to be the most frugal car of its segment, the Kwid delivers 25.17kmpl (0.8L) and 24kmpl (1.0L – AMT) – 23.01kmpl (1.0L – MT). Check Out – Upcoming Renault Cars In India
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