Renault India reviews 50,000 Kwid

Chennai: French auto major Renault is reviewing an expected 50,000 units of its smash hit passage level little auto Kwid in India to correct a defective fuel framework and include a hose cut.

Renault India is directing a pre-emptive and intentional examination of select 0.8 L variations (800cc) of Kwid that were delivered up to May 18, 2016 from October 2015. "As a proactive measure, a fuel hose clasp will be added to these select autos alongside the assessment of general usefulness of the fuel framework to moderate any potential interruption of fuel supply," the organization said in an announcement.
It encourage said the influenced autos will be reviewed with no cost to the clients and complete vital measures, if required. "We are reaching clients, asking for them to come to dealerships to get their autos reviewed," it included.

While the organization did not detailed further, sources said just 10 percent of the reviewed autos were probably going to have been affected by the issue.

Propelled in September a year ago, Kwid has been a win for Renault in India. At first, the auto was accessible with a 800 cc motor at a cost between Rs 2.64-3.73 lakh and as of late in August, a 1,000 cc motor variation was propelled valued up to Rs 3.95 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). So far in the April-September period this financial, the organization has sold 56,028 units of Kwid.