Bollywood star Anil Kapoor rocked the recent TVC of Renault Pulse with his machoism, and also managed to tilt the image of Pulse towards the male portfolio, where earlier the French-made hatchback was beefly associated with the fairer sex of society. Despite played those aces right on board the Renault is still finding itself in the hard time of selling the Pulse in lucrative numbers to Indians.
In the way of gearing solution to the marketing needs, Renault updated the interiors of Pulse recently.
However, there are no technical and cosmetic changes reported. The cabin gets revised fit and finishes as per the new Nissan Micra that launched earlier this year.
Changes delved in the center console lie with the piano-black glossy finish compared to the beige plastic witnessed on the previous model. The black texture draped from AC vents to the climate control system located just below it is all new. The piano-black center console is available on all trims of the Pulse save for the base RxE Petrol.
The music system of the Pulse also received update now comes loaded with the Bluetooth connectivity (like that of new Micra). The USB and Aux-in ports got relocated near the glovebox. Slight makeover too is given to the seat fabrics. Apart from loading all the goodies with new aura on the Pulse, Renault seems to have forgotten placing the steering mounted audio controls on the top-end variant.
Under hoods, it continues to store 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine and the 1.5-liter four-cylinder diesel, with both attached to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Prices remain unchanged.
Lastly, those who still hadn’t watched the TVC of Renault Pulse with Anil Kapoor been casted in it, can scroll down to get to the video posted here.