Renault Kwid vs Honda Brio - A fight of the two unique cars in this segment, which offer more to customer, but in different ways The entry-level hatchback market in India is one of the largest markets in the world. Everyone wants a piece of it. Renault is the latest entrant. Kwid has been the talk of the town lately because it aces every single hurdle you throw at it. Pricing is yet to come, but it is being promised by Renault that the Kwid will deliver the intense amount of value to its customer despite being loaded to the gills in every department. The Kwid isn't the only one with that promise as there is the favorite of the masses Honda Brio. Despite not a successful innings in India it continues to do decent numbers and hence we compare them for you to tell you which you should put your money on Design Design wise the Kwid is smallest crossover over the lot. Raised stance helps it get that SUV look, meanwhile, at the same time it is a small car which manages to be under the 3.7 meter mark. Brio on the other hand has similar dimension, but is a proper car which sits lower than the Kwid. Brio is a 'cute' car while the Kwid is a man's car with a heart of a boy, thanks to the typical quirky design of the french manufacturer. Brio still stands out in the market and so does the new kid when it comes comparing to other competitors in this category. Interior Quality wise, both interior is good enough at this price point. The Fit-finish is also quite impressive and so is the build quality. Features wise both offer things which are unique to each other. While Brio gets steering mounted and controls and CD player. Kwid only gets touchscreen which has Bluetooth and satellite navigation and along with. Brio still has more space on the inside in the front and the rear with properly reclined seats, meanwhile Kwid back bench feels like bench itself because it positioned low and flat. However Kwid has more boot space at 300 litres while Brio struggles around at 180 litres. Specifications Technical Comparison Renault Kwid Honda Brio Engine Capacity 799cc Petrol Engine 1198cc Petrol Engine Power in Bhp/RPM 53 BHP @ 5678 RPM 88 BHP @ 6000 RPM Torque in Nm/RPM 72 Nm @ 4386 RPM 109 Nm @ 4500 RPM Gears 5-MT 5-MT Length 3679 mm 3610 mm Width 1579 mm 1680 mm Height 1478 mm 1500 mm Wheel base 2422 mm 2345 mm Kerb Weight 660 kg 925 kg Ground clearance 180 mm 165 mm Performance Again the 1.2 petrol mill equipped has more power and torque from the engine and is clearly quicker and faster and delivers 18 km/l meanwhile the petrol engine on the Kwid is an 800cc unit which makes less power than the Brio, but delivers a staggering 25 km/l in overall test conditions claimed by ARAI. Dynamic wise both cars are good in respect category, both are nimble and agile in the city and have good grip in the corners with good highway stability as both top out at 140 km/hr. Verdict Both cars are equally one gives you performance and space, while Kwid gives you the space and the mileage along with the promise of low-cost of ownership. Pricing will be lower than the Brio for sure. Kwid makes thing clear that, it will turn out to be a superior product, as an overall package. Brio styling is a miss and it isn't premium, prices are bit high as well. Kwid wins the test for the requirements of most buyers out there.