Renault Triber to be introduced in Indonesia at GIIAS 2019 - Report

27/06/2019 - 18:30 | ,   | Prashant Singh

The Renault Triber that was introduced in India earlier this month is all set to be introduced in Indonesia at the GIIAS 2019 which is scheduled for 18th to 28th July 2019. The launch of the SUV-styled MPV there will take place later this year.

Renault Triber Profile
The Renault Triber's ground clearance is 182 mm, which is higher than the Datsun GO+’s 170 mm.

The Renault Triber features a large V-shaped grille flanked by aggressive projector headlamps at the front. Its other exterior highlights include wide lower grille, horizontal LED DRLs, sculpted bonnet, sturdy front bumper and skid plates. At the sides, it comes with 15-inch double-spoke alloy wheels, roof rails, stepped roof and sleek greenhouse which gives it an interesting look. Other than that, it features turn signals integrated into the front wheel arch cladding and two-part Eagle beak tail lamps at the back which do a decent job of giving the rear-end an appealing look.

In terms of dimensions, the Renault Triber measures 3,990 mm in length, 1,739 mm in width and 1,643 mm in height. It has a 2,636 mm wheelbase. It offers 182 mm of ground clearance. Not only the second-row but also the third-row seats are foldable. The boot volume stands at 84 litres (7-seater condition)/320 litres (6 seater condition)/625 litres (5 seater condition). Equipment highlights in addition to LED DRLs include 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, four airbags, passive keyless entry, 3.5-inch MID and rear parking camera.

Renault Triber Rear
The Renault Triber is underpinned by the CMF-A platform.

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Under the hood, the Renault Triber has a modified version of the Renault Kwid's 1.0-litre naturally aspirated three-cylinder petrol engine. This engine delivers 72 PS at 6,250 rpm and 96 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm. 5-speed manual and 5-speed automated manual are the transmission choices. Indonesia will likely get it as a CBU from India.

Renault is yet to reveal the Triber's launch timeline for India.

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