What is it?
It’s Renault’s response to the likes of the Kia Sonet, Nissan Magnite, Hyundai Venue and Tata Nexon. In other words, it’s a compact crossover SUV that wishes to take a bite out of the ever-expanding crossover pie. As can be expected, the Kiger shares the same platform as it’s cousin - the Nissan Magnite, namely, the CMF-A+ platform, so one can expect similar driving mannerisms.
In appearance, the Kiger is surprisingly close to the concept unveiled by Renault last year. Like it’s competition, the Kiger has a muscular frame, with voluptuous fenders, swollen wheel arches and is aimed at a younger demographic, looking to buy a robust-looking soft-roader.