Brand Analysis
  • Sorted product line
  • Driving dynamics
  • Modest ownership cost
  • After Sales and Service experience
  • Resale for most models
  • Shares most of its line up with Nissan
Wrap Up

Yet to capitalize on their indepth engineering in Indian market. Pricing for most of their models should be revisited as its on higher side compared to Nissan.


Base Price:
₹ 8,30,009
Rating 6.6/10
Good accomplished mid-SUV, has good diesel engines. Decently spacious cabin with boot space though premium feel is missing. Safety and features have improved. Refreshed recently, it's now available with a well tuned AMT, looks smarter and gave Duster a few more competitive years.

Base Price:
₹ 14,72,923
Rating 5.9/10
Nice looking sedan by Renault with very sorted handling and driving characteritics though rivals offer more powerful engine than its 1.5 diesel engine with manual 6 speed though automatic would have been praised.

Base Price:
₹ 2,60,468
Rating 6.6/10
A nice looking compact car and economically priced. Looks, decent ride and the recently introduced 1.0 litre engine are its forte. The steering is a bit dicey though. It has taken the entry level segment by storm gathering significant numbers considering Renault brand and its presence in India. The smart design helps its cause.

Base Price:
₹ 8,29,000
Rating 6.2/10
Spacious, practical and smartly priced motor car. Styling is boring but ride and handling are predictable. The 1.5 L diesel with 6 speed gear box does better job than the one with 5 speed. Though it's in Innova region, it misses its level of quality.

Base Price:
₹ 5,03,996
Rating 5.7/10
Practical city car with nice equipments for its segments still not the best. Diesel engine is better value for money. Styling is trendy.

Base Price:
₹ 7,70,102
Rating 6.1/10
Scala is nothing but sunny with renaults badge for its under body and kit. All 3 engine options are good yet diesel stands out and comes with practicality.