Orders for the Renault Wind are now being taken, with delivery scheduled for September. Find out more about the car's price and equipment inside.

The Renault Wind has officially gone on sale, with two trim levels available for customers to purchase.  Aside from the Dynamique and Exception trim versions, a limited edition model, called the Wind Collection, will be available from June 1.

Market launch and delivery of the vehicles is expected to begin in France this September.

As a base level car, the Wind Dynamique has a retail price of €17,500.  It comes with a 100 PS (74 kW) 1.2-liter turbocharged engine, and a host of standard features, like fog lights, rear spoiler, aluminum wheels, sport seats, airbags, power locks, and power windows.

The same engine is also available on the Wind Exception, which starts at €18,500, but customers can spend an extra €1,000 to get the 1.6-liter 16V engine that generates 133 PS (98 kW).  The Exception adds stability control, automatic climate control, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and more.

Meanwhile, the limited Wind Collection adds heated leather seats, glossy black roof, chrome exterior trim, and more.  The Collection goes for an even €20k with the small engine, or €21,000 with the bigger engine.

You can find out more about the car and its optional equipment in the press release below.

Gallery: Renault Wind gets priced and equipped