Planning To Buy A Renault Triber? Here Are Some Pros And Cons
By Carandbike Team
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Published on October 25, 2021
- The Triber is a subcompact 7-seater MPV with a 4-star safety rating
- The Renault Triber comes with a spacious 7-seater cabin
- The Triber's engine is a bit underpowered but it gets an AMT option
The Renault Triber was the first sub-4-metre vehicle from the French carmaker in India. Subcompact MPV was also the first vehicle to be based on a heavily modified version of the company's CMF-A platform and right now, one of the best-selling models from Renault India. The Triber is quite a capable car and a decent choice for anyone looking to buy a compact 7-seater family car under Rs. 10 lakh. So, if you too are planning to buy the Renault Triber MPV, here are some key pros and cons you should know about before making that final decision.
1. The Renault Triber is arguably one of the best 7-seater vehicles you can buy under the Rs. 10 lakh that can actually seat 7 average-sized adults.
2. The Triber has received an impressive 4-star rating for adult occupant protection by Global NCAP.
3. The Triber gets the signature EasyFix modular seats for third-row with fold/tumble function. They are removable and allow you to create multiple layout options.
4. Renault offers a bunch of smart features like - projector headlamps, LED DRLs, electric boot release, and a pair of functional roof rails. The cabin gets a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear AC vents, and sliding second-row seats.
5. Renault has priced the Triber quite attractively at Rs. 5.55 lakh to 7.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It's a good alternative for any looking for a car bigger than a compact hatch, on a budget.
1. The Triber might get a spacious cabin, but it lacks when it comes to quality. The materials used for the interior could have been better, and the seats could use more cushioning.
2. Even though the third row is spacious enough to fit two adults, it's only suited for a short distance, and might get a bit uncomfortable during long journeys.
3. While the Triber has scored a 4-star safety rating, the middle second row passenger only gets a lap belt, and the seatbelts at the third row are not retractable.
4. The Triber's 1.0-litre engine is underpowered and does make a lot of noise as it gets going - typical of a 3-pot motor.
5. Renault doesn't offer a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine with the Triber, even though the company already offers it with the Kiger subcompact SUV.
Last Updated on October 25, 2021
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