2015 Model Renault Pulse Price Announced! INR 5.03 Lacs it is

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2015 model Renault Pulse launched; Comes with more features

Renault India has launched the new 2015 model Renault Pulse in the highly competitive upper-B segment of our car market. The latest edition of the Micra-based hatchback has gone on sale for a starting price of INR 5.03 lacs and comes with some additional features over the outgoing model. However, the Pulse remains visually unchanged and continues to look like a more sporty sibling of the Micra. The highlights of the this car’s features list are- keyless entry, electrically-folding wing mirrors, Double DIN music player that is USB and Bluetooth compatible, steering-mounted audio controls and automatic headlights. Safety kit for the 2015 Pulse includes ABS and dual front airbags.

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Price

Like we said, the 2015 Renault Pulse retails for a starting price of INR 5.03 lacs (ex-New Delhi). The Pulse has been available in three trim levels – RxE, RxL, RxZ, and is available with both petrol and diesel engine options.

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Specifications

There are no mechanical changes for the Pulse and the hatchback continues to be on sale with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine and a 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel motor. While the gasoline motor pumps out a max. power-torque of 76 PS-104 Nm, the oil burner produces 64 PS-160 Nm. Both the powerplants come mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Stay tuned to Car Blog India for more on the 2016 Renault Pulse.

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. The new improved pulse looks good. The price difference is not much either. They should have done this a long time ago. They have also bought the voyage edition. much premium than old pulse.

  2. I own a duster and have been greatly satisfied with the car. I must tell you that the service could be a little better but I have got a head lamp replaced which I smashed on a verna in traffic although it took a day longer than promised and I had to keep the car standing at the dealr. But the car itself is quite good. Feels safe on road. I would go for Renault Pulse if I were to buy a premium small car. Renault has gained my trust and with these improvements in the interior, pulse seems to be a viable option in this price range.

  3. Pulse has been lost in the shadow of the Micra but actually it is a much better car than it. Though made on the same platform, Renault has added some good touches of its own to make it a good buy in an affordable range. If you compare driving and handling experience and the looks, the difference is quite noticeable. The new pulse has much more on offer. Worth a shot when deciding on buying a hatchback.

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