Renault Kiger Turbo CVT Review

It’s been just 17 months since the Renault Kiger was launched in India. So why are we reviewing it again so soon? 

The answer actually lies in what Renault was able to achieve with its compact SUV in that short time span – a production milestone of 50,000 units from its plant in Chennai. 

We are driving this 2023 Renault Kiger to celebrate that production milestone. The model, however, is also in keeping with the brand’s strategy of injecting each of its models 

You’ll find a new brushed silver scuff plate under the front bumper, a strip of chrome on the tailgate, black door handles and red hubcaps with the Renault logo in chrome on the 15-inch alloy wheels. 

Inside, things get a subtle but sporty makeover, with red stitching on the seats, steering wheel, gear lever boot and centre armrest. 

The plastic trim running across the dashboard is a far more interesting colour – a gradient of black to red as it reaches the passenger side. 

Renault maintains there have been no mechanical changes with this 2022 model, but we did notice subtle differences to the way it drove. 

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