Review on Renault Lodgy

Renault has moved into the division of new MPV with its fresh offering, Lodgy and level it opposite the Mobilio as well as the Toyota Innova to view which one of them controls the roost. See the entire comparison analysis on basis of cost, guidelines, and interior and exterior pictures.
The MPV division is spreading in India like never before, and by launching the Lodgy, Renault wants to see that type of success when they launched the Duster. As it is not easy job for the French car maker, mainly losing its first mover’s interest to the Toyota Innova and much recently to the new Mobilio. Now we to see if it has come up to the expectations and grabbed attention through some tough competition as far as the specifications are concerned.
Space and Size: in this part of cars, what is more important is the space and size. With 4,498mm and 1,682mm Renault has done pretty well by falling between the Toyota and the Honda Mobilio in terms of height and length. And if you take the wheelbase that directly connects with the space inside, the Renault Lodgy is much longer than them. At 2,810mm the wheelbase of Renault Lodgy is longer by 60mm from Innova and 150mm by Mobilio. The width is also quite impressive by 9mm narrower than the Innova.
Engine: Only Renault Lodgy and the Toyota Innova have diesel power plants but Honda Mobilio has petrol and diesel both. The both Renault and Honda are powered with 1.5litre diesel mill and later it creates more power and torque. If you compare to Mobilio’s 100PS then Lodgy is having more PS. The Lodgy is also available in the guise of 85PS just like the Duster.

 

 

 

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