Renault Triber Sales Cross 10,000 Unit In Just Two Months
The Triber’s capability to seat seven and still fall under the sub-4 metre category is certainly the reason for its success
Triber crossed the 10,000 unit sales milestone in just over two months since launch.
It is only available with a 1.0-litre petrol engine that makes 72PS and 96Nm.
For now, it is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission.
AMT is expected to arrive early next year with BS6 updates.
Renault is looking at exporting the Triber to other markets too.
Renault has revealed that its latest offering for the Indian market, the Triber, has crossed the 10,000 unit sales milestone, and that too in just a little over two months since its launch.
The Triber was designed for India and that is reflected in the fact that it can seat seven occupants with ease despite falling under the sub-4 metre category. And, this is one of the reasons why it is doing so well in the Indian market.
In terms of powertrain, the Triber is only available with a 1.0-litre petrol engine that makes 72PS of max power and 96Nm of peak torque. The transmission on offer is a 5-speed manual, although an AMT gearbox should be made available early next year with the BS6 update.
Renault recently hiked the price of the Triber’s top variant by Rs 4,000. The additional premium gets you bigger 15-inch wheels compared to the standard 14-inch units.
In India, the Renault Triber doesn’t have any direct competition other than the Datsun GO Plus, but it also competes with mid-size hatchbacks like the Swift and Grand i10 Nios in terms of price. And Renault just doesn’t want to limit the Triber to the Indian market as the French carmaker is looking to export the Triber to other global markets too.
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