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The new Renault Kwid Climber. Photo: Supplied
The new Renault Kwid Climber. Photo: Supplied

The new Renault Kwid Climber is built to stand out, with features capable of combating the ever-rising cost of living. When you are restrained by budget and dimensions, Renault is your ideal choice to go with.

The Climber can save you money on fuel, as 1.0-litre engine version is low on consumption. Despite looking small, it performs well. This makes it a breeze to drive in congested traffic in the city, and easy to navigate too.

The Climber is available in manual, 5-speed transmission, as well as in four automatic variants, of which all are petrol.

In the South African context, the Climber’s reliability shows a marked improvement. It is reliable enough to take you to your destination of choice, as it can be driven further than 500 km non-stop in the speed range of 80 km/h to 135 km/h.

It is well equip­ped and, with front disc brakes with anti-lock breaking system (ABS) and electronic breakforce distribution (EBD), ensures a safe drive in all weather conditions and on different road surfaces. Putting safety first, it also has dual airbags and a central locking system.

The new Renault Kwid becomes more modern and assertive. The new front fascia exudes a sense of aggression that makes it stand out when driving amongst its competition. The car boasts a stylish design and safety features, giving you peace of mind combined with comfort.

The Kwid’s sleek style is underlined by new signature ornate lighting. The SUV-styled headlamps and silver streak LED daytime running lights (DRL) create a striking impression. At the rear, tail lamps with LED light guides leave a distinct trail and signal in an emergency.

The spacious interior offers the best boot space, with the possiblity to expand with adjustable front seats. It has armrests in with the rear seating to also offer comfort on any journey.

Also in its favour is the latest technological features. These include touchscreen display, a reverse camera sensor, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The Climber offers a 2-year service plan and a 5-year warranty.

Book a test drive at Renault Bloemfontein.

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