Advanced Automobile Pvt. Ltd, the authorized distributor of Renault automotive in Nepal, have announced the launch of its all new Renault Lodgy Stepway range. Built with slight enhancements to the exteriors and interiors of the Lodgy MPV (available in the Indian market), the new Stepway edition has been launched at an introductory price of Rs.39, 95,000 making it the best-equipped MPV in the price range.

The Lodgy Stepway range will be available in both 85 PS & 110 PS and in 4 variants: Lodgy Std, Lodgy RxE, Lodgy RxL and Lodgy RxZ (available in 7 & 8 seat options) and six colors – Planet Grey, Royal Orchid, Slate Grey, Fiery Red, Moonlight Silver and Pearl White.

The MPV comes with new studded front grille, brushed aluminium finish skid plate, fog lamp bezels and black plastic cladding around the wheel arches and lower portion of the car. The model also gets upgraded to 16-inch gunmetal finished alloy wheels.

Inside, the cabin gets updated with new brown and beige leather upholstery with diamond stitching and a two-tone dashboard with a piano black finished centre console. The MPV also comes with a touchscreen infotainment system same as the Duster, steering mounted phone and audio controls, 12 volt charging sockets for all three rows along with flight trays, bottle holders and a sunglasses holder.

Apart from several safety equipment, Renault Lodgy Stepway comes with the safety airbags, engine immobilizer, central locking, auto door lock, seat belt reminder, rear wiper & washer and rear defogger.

In India, many tours operator and travel agents preferred this vehicle due to its comfort and tourist preference. The Company expects the same response from travel agents and tour operators in Nepal too.

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