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Renault Pulse Price Review and Specifications

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The French carmaker Renault is showing no signs of tiring at all. The company is on a complete war footing after its severed ties with the Mahindra. The company had just launched the D-segment Renault Fluence and the Koleos SUV. The company now plans to release a slew of cars beginning with the unveiling of its small car for the Indian market, the Pulse. The car had a dream debut and was launched at the eve of inaugural Indian F1 GP after the race in the evening at Delhi. The car was ignitioned by Formula 1 drivers Mark Webber and Karun Chandhok.

The news of a Renault Small car was buzzing all around the auto markets in India. Sometimes it was the Renault Clio and then other times it was the Renault Modus. Finally the bunny out of the hat was the Renault Pulse. The car is expected to share most of its dressing with the Nissan Micra.

The car will be launched in the diesel fuel variant paying heeds to the current petrol prices and will be open to the public after its limelight moment at the 2012 Auto Expo in Delhi. The car will be equipped with a 1.5-litre dCi engine. The same engine is powering the Micra, Fluence and even the likes of Nissan's recently launched Sunny sedan. The prospects of a petrol fuel option are also not being denied and it could be the one similar to the nice and torquey three-pot 1.2 litre engine from the Nissan Micra.

The Pulse will be an entry level car but not cheap. The car will have a high end positioning in the hatchback segment. The size dimensions of the car will be similar to the Nissan Micra and it will be adorned with a host of features vying for the affluent urban buyer. Looking at these speculations, the market positioning and the features the car will have a price range of Rs 6-8 lakh across petrol and diesel variants. The car will be priced a bit higher than the Nissan Micra but will not look to fool itself like what the Honda Jazz did in the initial launch. For the entire game plan of the Pulse though we will have to celebrate the New Year and get tickets to the Auto Expo in Delhi.

Renault is surely in no hurry in launching a small car and is planning everything to the hilt. The company currently is building up production facilities and trying to gauge its ability to handle the demands of the Indian audience. They are spreading their dealerships and service outlets to allow the brand to thrive. The car when launched will look to create a niche audience in the crowded premium hatch space based on design, price and positioning. This means that it keeps the logistics simple and the Nissan Micra platform should ward off any delivery troubles. The Pulse might not create a lot of heart beats but will surely look to get a fair share of the market. The Renault Pulse will compete against the likes of the highly competitive cars like Suzuki Swift, Chevrolet BeatComputer Technology Articles, Hyundai i20 and its Nissan Micra.

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