Thursday, May 22, 2014
By Kamal Swami
Renault Pulse interiors revamped
French car maker Renault has introduced new facelifts in the interiors of its hatchback pulse which will help in flourishing the name of Pulse to new heights. The upgrades introduced in the interiors of hatchback are inspired from Nissan Micra which went the facelift last year in the month of July. Now with these upgrades the interiors of both hatchbacks Renault Pulse and Nissan Micra stand in same position.
The changes offered in the interiors now include square shaped interiors which could be firstly witnessed on the air conditioner vents which have now been converted into square shaped removing the earlier circular shaped vents. With this the central console also receives the aluminum treatment. As far as seats are concerned till now nothing has been so far confirmed by the car maker but it is expected that seats will also undergo major change and will be now offered with superior quality leather.
Apart from these changes nothing much has been changed in the interiors of the hatchback and it looks almost the same as offered at the time of its inception. The company has also not revealed any changes in the price for these revamped interiors but it is speculated that company might slightly hike the prices.
To know more about the features available in existing version of Renault Pulse click here.