Check your Pulse rate, it may stun you
Pros : Good aerodynamic design, great fuel efficiency, very easy to drive and gives a classy luxurious feel
Cons : Not a single class apart feature
Renault is pretty new in the Indian car market and they are trying hard to explore and being part of the world’s one of the biggest market with huge potential for growth and the result of their continued amendments and improvements has finally taken a shape in the form of an adoring hatchback named “ Pulse”. Renault shares a global partnership with Nissan and their alliance has resulted in the number of worldwide hits. Renault Pulse is its first car as a single entity in the Indian market.
Renault pulse looks stylish and is very similar to the Nissan’s Micra however a closer look will defy the pre conceived notion and you would be able to understand the flashy elegant design Renault has come up with. Front looks smart and gives a pleasing personality to the car with flashing Renault grille and adoring alloys. Rear is bejeweled with beautifully designed lights that give similar visual cues like Micra’s rear from far.
Interior is what makes Pulse a queen. Use of luxurious upholstery and the best in class fabric and plastics differentiates the royal cabin from the rest of the crew however it is right to say it a highly improved version of Micra but the basic looks like dashboard, front console and instrumentation are all similar.
Renault Pulse comes at the price tag of Rs 6.25 lacs and it looks like Renault’s good market research and understanding of Indian customer needs helped them in developing a car that is threatening the small hatchback market.