Renault had introduced the Pulse in 2012, and since then the French manufacturer has been pushing its entry-level product. The Pulse looks modern and
stylish with a front grille with chrome and the pulled back headlamps add more glam to it. The redesigned front fog lamps gel well with the combination.
The alloy wheels are stylish.
Pulse's interior design was always ergonomically designed and the facelift only gets some cosmetic upgrades. The centre console now has a piano black
finish with a new rectangular design air-con vents and a new music system too, which now has USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The new seat fabric and new
trims for your door pad. The space in the Pulse is good enough to comfortably seat four large adults without any squeeze.
Renault vehicles always had decent plastic quality and good fit and finish, and Pulse is no different. The quality doesn't just look good, but even feels
nice when you touch it. Even the indicator and wiper stalks are light and easy to use.
To increase the comfort for the driver, the Pulse now gets driver's seat height adjustment, which makes it easy to make fine adjustments too. There is
power steering, power windows and climate control for maximum comfort for the occupants. iKey (keyless entry and push start-stop), electrically folding
mirror and adjustment too, steering mounted audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity and USB connection for audio.
Renault is offering two engines on the Pulse, 1.2 litre petrol and 1.5 litre diesel. The petrol engine churns out about 75 bhp of power and this mill is
offered with a five-speed manual and now even a CVT box. The diesel engine on offer is the K9K that powers several Renault and Nissan cars. This engine
produces about 65 bhp of power and is highly refined.
1) Pulse RxE
2) Pulse RxL
3) Pulse RxZ
1) Pulse RxL
2) Pulse RxL ABS
3) Pulse RxZ