Renault India launched the Triber in the country more than a year ago, however, the AMT version of the MPV was introduced in May this year. The 7-seater car sits in the middle of the company’s product line-up in the Indian market; a step above the Kwid and a place lower than the Duster.
Available in a total of 7 variants and 2 transmission options, the Renault Triber price has been revised. All the trims of the MPV have become costlier with a hike of up to INR 13,000. Following is a detailed table of the same:
|Variant||Old Price*||New Price*||Price Hike|
|RXE||INR 4.99 lakh||INR 5.12 lakh||INR 13,000|
|RXL||INR 5.85 lakh||INR 5.89 lakh||INR 4,000|
|RXL AMT||INR 6.18 lakh||INR 6.29 lakh||INR 11,000|
|RXT||INR 6.35 lakh||INR 6.39 lakh||INR 4,000|
|RXT AMT||INR 6.68 lakh||INR 6.79 lakh||INR 11,000|
|RXZ||INR 6.89 lakh||INR 6.94 lakh||INR 5,000|
|RXZ AMT||INR 7.22 lakh||INR 7.34 lakh||INR 12,000|
Apart from the price hike, no other changes have been incorporated in the Triber. All of its features and specifications remain untouched.
Powering the 7-seater MPV is the familiar BR10 1.0-litre Dual VVT petrol engine. The naturally aspirated three-cylinder mill produces a maximum power of 72 PS at 6,250 rpm and a peak torque of 96 Nm at 3,500 rpm. For the transmission, there is either a 5-speed manual gearbox or an AMT unit. Speculations say that Renault is likely to introduce a new engine option. It would be a 1.0-litre turbo petrol mill with a power and torque output of 100 PS and 160 Nm respectively. It would be available in both the manual and AMT gearboxes.
Projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights, 14-inch alloy wheels, LED instrument cluster, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and passive keyless entry are some of the salient features of the Renault Triber.