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Renault Triber: A Compact MPV with Big Ambitions

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The Renault Triber is a unique offering in the Indian car market. It’s a compact MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) that combines practicality, affordability, and a surprising amount of space in a sub-4 meter frame. Launched in 2020 and receiving a refresh in 2024, the Triber caters to families and those seeking a versatile car for daily commutes and occasional adventures.

Spacious Interiors and Flexible Seating

The Triber’s biggest selling point is its configurable seating. With three rows that can seat up to seven passengers, it punches above its weight in terms of passenger capacity. The third-row seats are particularly impressive for a car this size, offering surprising legroom for children or short journeys. The beauty lies in the modularity. The third-row seats can be folded flat, or even completely removed, to create a generous 625 liters of cargo space, making it perfect for hauling luggage or bulky items.

Technology and Comfort Features

The 2024 Triber boasts some modern features. The instrument cluster is a digital TFT display, providing clear driving information. The infotainment system is accessible through an intuitive touchscreen and offers smartphone connectivity. Comfort features include a 6-way adjustable driver’s seat with height adjustment, a cooled storage compartment in the center console, and a decent amount of storage spaces throughout the cabin.

Safety First

Safety is a major concern for many car buyers in India, and the Triber scores well in this aspect. It has a commendable 4-star adult safety rating and a 3-star child safety rating from Global NCAP crash tests. Standard safety features include airbags (number varies depending on variant), ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors. Higher trims offer additional safety features like reverse camera and hill start assist.

Performance and Efficiency

The Triber is powered by a 1.0-liter petrol engine that delivers a balance of performance and fuel efficiency. While not a powerhouse, it provides enough pep for city driving and highway cruising. Users report a mileage range of 18.2 to 20 kmpl, making it an economical choice. The engine comes paired with either a manual or an automatic transmission, catering to different driving preferences.

Value for Money

With a starting price of around ₹ 6 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and reaching up to ₹ 8.98 lakh for the top-end variant, the Triber is a compelling proposition for budget-minded buyers seeking a feature-rich and practical car. There are currently offers and discounts available, bringing the price down even further.

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