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Renault TriberRenault Triber is a 7 seater MUV available in a price range of Rs. 5.12 - 7.34 Lakh*. It is available in 7 variants, a 999 cc, BS6 and 2 transmission options: Manual & Automatic. Other key specifications of the Triber include a kerb weight of 947kg, ground clearance of 182mm and boot space of 84 Liters. The Triber is available in 5 colours. Over 718 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Renault Triber.

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Key Specs of Renault Triber

Mileage (upto)20.0 kmpl
Engine (upto)999 cc
BHP72.0
TransmissionManual/Automatic
Seats7
Service CostRs.2,034/yr

Triber Latest Update

Latest Update: Renault has launched the Triber AMT at Rs 6.18 lakh.

Renault Triber Price and Variants: The Triber is offered in four variants: RXE, RXL, RXT, and RXZ. Renault offers the AMT gearbox in all variants apart from the base-spec RXE. The Triber is priced between Rs 4.99 lakh and Rs 7.22 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Renault Triber Engine and Transmission: It is offered with a BS6-compliant 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine that is rated at 72PS and 96Nm. This engine comes mated to either a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. Renault will soon be introducing a more powerful 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine with the Triber, probably by the end of 2020.

Renault Triber Features: Renault offers dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors as standard across all variants. Higher variants feature side airbags, an 8-inch MediaNav touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and AC vents for second and third-row seats. Moreover, the Triber comes with 15-inch wheels instead of the standard 14-inch units on the top-spec RXZ variant.

Renault Triber Modular Seating: The Triber features a modular seating arrangement, making it one of the most versatile cars under Rs 10 lakh. Get details about the modular seating layout here.

Renault Triber Rivals: While it doesn't have any direct rivals, the Triber can be an alternative to mid-size hatchbacks such as the Maruti Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Ford Freestyle, and Ford Figo. It also rivals the Datsun GO+. If you are looking for a rugged utility vehicle at a slightly higher price tag compared to the Triber, you could consider the Mahindra Bolero as well.

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Renault Triber price list (Variants)

RXE999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.0 kmplRs.5.12 Lakh*
RXL999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.0 kmpl
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RXL EASY-R AMT999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.2 kmplRs.6.29 Lakh*
RXT999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.0 kmplRs.6.39 Lakh*
RXT EASY-R AMT999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.2 kmplRs.6.79 Lakh*
RXZ999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.0 kmplRs.6.94 Lakh*
RXZ EASY-R AMT999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.2 kmplRs.7.34 Lakh*
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Renault Triber Review

Exterior

The Triber’s proportions make a positive first impression. Yes, it still tucks under 4-metres in length, but at first glance it doesn’t look like a ‘small car’ in any manner. This is mostly due to its width, which at 1739mm (without mirrors) is wider than the Maruti Swift, Hyundai Elite i20 and even the Honda Jazz! At 1643mm (without roofrails), it’s taller than the likes of the Swift and the Baleno. Interestingly, the WagonR is taller! 

The clean, fuss-free design makes it all the more likeable. Not to say there aren’t quirky elements though. For instance, the kink in the window line at the C-pillar and the smooth bulge on the roof give the Triber a unique personality. It’s interesting to see how Renault has managed to mix in some rugged elements as well. All the SUV traits we like, including a raised ground clearance (182mm), tough-looking faux skidplates and side-cladding has been thrown in. There’s a set of functional roof rails as well, that Renault claims can take up to 50kg of weight. 

With the trademark Renault grille and the lozenge up front, it’s hard to mistake the Triber for anything else. The sleek headlamps get a projector setup for the low beam, but there are no LEDs here. Where you will find LEDs, however, are in the daytime running lamps placed on the bumper. Weirdly enough, Renault has decided to skip fog lamps altogether. This, we believe is in the interest of keeping costs in check. 

And following that same philosophy are the wheels. At first glance they look like alloys, but they’re steel-pressed rims with wheel covers. Unlike the Kwid, the Triber gets four lug nuts for the wheels. What it borrows from its younger sibling are little details, such as the indicator on the fender cladding and trim-badging on the door. 

Over to the rear, Renault has chosen to keep the design clean. Large tail lamps and big T R I B E R embossing on the hatch grab attention. There are no LED elements here, and there’s no rear fog lamp either. Thankfully, basics like a rear wiper and defogger are on offer. 

So, Renault’s Triber might not be acing the design game. But it definitely has presence, and in a loud colour like orange or blue, it does manage to garner quite a few eyeballs. Renault’s also offering quite a few chrome embellishments for you to spruce up your Triber, alongside aesthetic and functional upgrades like alloy wheels and a roof carrier.

Interior

Getting in and out of the Triber is an easy affair. It’s a cabin you can simply walk into, and this is something elders in the family will definitely approve of. Once in, you’re greeted by a cabin that’s finished in a beige-black dual tone, with a few silver elements thrown in for good measure. There’s no wow factor in the way the dashboard is designed. It’s straightforward and strictly functional. That said, quality levels are a clear step up from what we’ve seen on the Kwid. 

The front seats have soft cushioning and should be a relaxing place to be in. However, we wish Renault would’ve offered adjustable front headrests. On a related note, the driver’s seat could also do with a height-adjust feature. 

Thankfully, the steering wheel gets tilt-adjust that lets you tailor your driving position better. However, you don’t get any sort of cover on the steering wheel, which makes it feel budget-grade to hold. Same can be said about the switches for the power windows and the stalks for the headlamps and wipers. 

The Triber scores in spades in the practicality department. Dual gloveboxes on the dashboard, a deep central glovebox (that’s cooled, no less), a shelf under the air-con controls and ample space in the door pockets ensures there’s more than enough space for our knick-knacks. 

But the bigger question is — does the Triber deliver on the promise of being a seven-seater? Yes, it does. But just about. Knee-room in the second row is just about enough for a near six-footer like me to sit behind my own driving position. To make the experience better, the second row slides by 170mm and also has a recline function. Yes, it could do with a little more width inside the cabin as the thick doorpads rob some vital shoulder room on either side. 

Bumping up the practicality quotient is the 60:40 split for the middle row. For easier access to the third row, the split seat on the passenger’s side also gets a one-touch tumble function. Notably, the other portion of the seat merely slides forward.

Getting in the third row isn’t exactly easy since the opening is quite narrow. But surprisingly, adults will manage to sit here — at least for short distances. The bulge in the roof helps carve out that extra bit of headroom for the third-row occupants. Yes, there’s an evident lack of support for the under-thigh and you end up sitting with the knees near your chest. But, it doesn’t feel uncomfortably cramped. Also, since the second-row slides, it’s possible to find a sweet spot where occupants in both rows are happy with the room. 

The Triber’s ace is the flexibility of removing the 50:50 third-row seats altogether, should you not need them. Renault calls this EasyFix, and we timed ourselves to see how quickly we could get the third row out to test it out. It takes under two minutes if a single person goes through all the steps, which we think is super quick. With the rear seats out of the way, the Triber has a whopping 625-litres of bootspace to offer. Using it as a six-seater will get you a 320-litre boot, whereas there’s 84-litres of space with all seven seats occupied.

Technology & Features

Renault is offering a smart card type key with the Triber. It’s interesting to note that once the key is within range, the car will unlock by itself — there’s no need to press a button on the key or the door. Walk out of range, and the car will automatically lock too. Handy! 

The instrument cluster is an all-digital unit, much like the Kwid, with a 3.5-inch MID in the centre. This small screen is quite informative, including details such as distance to empty, efficiency and fuel used over the usual trip and odo details. It also gets a gear change prompter that, in theory, should help you drive more efficiently. 

But there’s a bigger screen that demands attention. Yes, the Triber packs in a large 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system. While we like the screen for its size and clarity, the interface looks old-school and boring, and it isn’t the snappiest to respond to inputs either. There’s a parking camera on offer as well, clarity for which seemed par for the course. 

Notably, there’s no automatic climate control on offer, even on the top-spec variant. But that’s hardly going to be a concern on your daily drives. Your fellow passengers would however appreciate the AC vents in the second and third row. The vents are mounted on the B-pillar and the roof respectively and help in cooling the rear of the cabin quickly. You can adjust the fan-speed too by using the dial placed next to the central glovebox.

And that’s another cool feature to have. Literally. The central glovebox gets a cooling feature, which should come in handy to keep those fizzy drinks cold. Other features include a push-button start/stop button, 12V sockets for the second and as well as the third row.

That said, the Triber could do with more. Features such as an auto-dimming rearview mirror, steering-mounted audio/call controls would’ve helped elevate the in-cabin experience.

Performance

The Renault Triber is available with a 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 72PS @ 6250rpm & 96Nm of torque @ 3500rpm. The engine is available with a 5-speed manual transmission as standard with an optional automated manual transmission (AMT). Claimed fuel efficiency figures stand at 20kmpl for the manual and 20.5kmpl for the AMT version.

Safety

Renault is expected to offer dual airbags and ABS with EBD as standard across the range. The top-spec Triber will feature additional side airbags, taking the total tally up to four. The seven-seater is based on the CMF-A platform just like the Kwid. Notably, the vehicle has not been crash-tested by an independent authority, and no NCAP rating is available as of now.

Pros & Cons of Renault Triber

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The Triber is the answer to the need of an affordable and practical yet good-looking vehicle.

Things We Like

  • Practicality: Apart from modular seating, features like a cooled central glovebox, separate air vents for second row as well as third row, and loads of cubby holes make it a practical car.
  • Boot space: A capacity of 625 litres with five seats can put even compact sedans to shame.
  • Modular seating: Triber can be turned into a two-seater, four seater, five-seater, six-seater or even a seven-seater vehicle. Its middle row can also slide forward and backwards.
  • Looks: While looks are subjective, Renault should be given credit for designing a sub-4m MPV that doesn’t look awkward from any angle.
  • Available with an AMT automatic as well.
  • Soon to be launched with a turbocharged petrol engine.

Things We Don't Like

  • Engine: The 1.0-litre engine that puts out 72PS of maximum power might feel underpowered with a full load of passengers.
  • No diesel engine option: A practical car like the Triber begs to be driven over long distances. Buyers with such a requirement might miss the option of a frugal diesel engine.
  • Missing features: No automatic climate control, steering-mounted audio controls, alloy wheels or foglamps.

Stand Out Features

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    8-inch Media-Nav touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto: Most important connectivity options are on offer.

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    Modular seating: Can be converted into a two-, four-, five-, six- or seven-seater as per needs.

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    Chilled central glovebox: to keep those soft drinks cold!

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    Second and third-row AC vents: Both the rear rows get vents with adjustable fan-speed control.

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  • Great Car For Everyone With Every Purpose

    Renault Triber is a great car for everyone with every purpose. So, I can say that Triber has all characteristics.

    By sidhant yadav
    On: Aug 21, 2020 | 85 Views
  • Request For New Features

    I will give some suggestions for Renault automobile for basic features, like steering control, 1200CC, plus point and best sell for need sunroof is the best for the look ...Read More

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  • Need Powerful Engine

    Triber engine is low compared to 7 seater cars. Renault Kwid and Triber engine are the same. So, that please make a powerful engine in Renault Triber.

    By sanjay prajapati
    On: Aug 18, 2020 | 59 Views
  • Poor Car

    Beast cars with power performance very poor. Mileage is also very poor. Engine noise very high. I suggest everybody does not purchase this car.

    By gaurav sharma
    On: Aug 16, 2020 | 59 Views
  • One of the best car.

    I love Renault Triber car because driving is my passion and I love driving cars luxurious, it is one of my best buy.

    By ashok usopkar
    On: Sep 17, 2020 | 35 Views
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Renault Triber 2020 has 12 video of its detailed review, pros & cons, comparison & variant explained,test drive experience, features, specs, interior & exterior details and more. Watch our Latest Hindi video of Renault Triber to know price, safety features & more.

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What is the exact on-road price of Renault Triber?

The on-road price of Triber in Delhi starts at Rs. 5,57,962. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

What are the latest September offers available on Renault Triber?

For the month of September 2020, 3 offers are available on the Renault Triber in Delhi.

Which car is better Triber or Ertiga?

Triber price starts at Rs 5.12 Lakh ex-showroom and Ertiga price starts Rs 7.59 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What will the EMI or down payment for Renault Triber?

Renault Triber EMI starts at ₹ 10,615 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 5.02 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 56,000.

Does the Renault Triber have a sunroof?

Renault Triber does not have a sunroof.

How is the sound system in Triber and how many speakers we will I get in it?

Abhishek asked on 12 Sep 2020

Renault Triber gets an Integrated 2-DIN Audio system with Bluetooth, USB and 2 f...

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Renault Triber ke handling charges kya hai?

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For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest dealership as they will be ...

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What is Renault Triber RXT on road price in Varanasi?

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Renault Triber RXT is priced at Rs.6.35 Lakh (ex-showroom Varanasi). In order to...

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Can I put Duster's steering wheel in my Triber?

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It would be difficult to assemble Duster steering to Triber as the assembly of s...

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Triber RXL ki on rod price Ratnagiri me kya hai?

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Renault Triber RXL is priced at Rs.5.78 Lakh (ex-showroom Ratnagiri). In order t...

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    Is Renalut triber 4x4 vehicle ?

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        Renault Triber Price in India

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        MumbaiRs. 5.12 - 7.34 Lakh
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