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2014 Renault Pulse launched with mild interior updates

Snapshot: The exterior styling and the powertrain options of the Pulse hatchback, remains unchanged.

The Renault Pulse hatchback that was launched in the Indian market at the 2012 Auto Expo in New Delhi has come around for a mild refresh. For the model year 2014, the French automaker has updated the interiors of the hatchback - in tune with the changes seen in the refreshed Nissan Micra that was launched last year. 

The centre console of the Renault Pulse now comes decked in piano-black glossy finish as compared to the beige plastic seen on the previous model of the car. The gloss black theme continues from the AC vents to the climate control system. The piano-black centre console is being offered in all trim levels of the Pulse, except for the base RxE petrol. The music system in the Pulse has been updated and now features, Bluetooth connectivity. The USB and Aux-in ports have been repositioned near the glove box. The seat fabric has also received a mild makeover. 

The exteriors of the 2014 Renault Pulse remain unchanged, and so does the powertrain options. The Pulse hatchback will continue to be served by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine and a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine. Both engines come mated to a 5-Speed manual transmission. 

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