Renault’s latest product in the B-segment, the Triber is available in four variants - RXE, RXL, RXT and the RXZ. The Renault Triber measures less than four metres and it offers a seven-seat configuration. Read below to learn more about why you should buy the Renault Triber.
What’s good about it?
The top-spec RXZ variant features AC vents and 12V charging sockets in the second as well as the third row. Additionally, the variants come with a cooled glovebox, multiple storage spaces and a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. The Triber offers three seating modes – Life Mode, Tribe Mode, Surf Mode and the Camp mode. The newly launched vehicle from Renault offers best-in-class boot capacity of 625-litres in the five-seater configuration. Meanwhile, boot capacity in the six-seater configuration is 320-litres and 84-litres in the seven-seater configuration.
What’s not so good?
The 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine might be a turn-off for many, especially when the vehicle is fully loaded. The vehicle is limited to a five-speed manual transmission, while an AMT option is likely to be introduced at a later date.
Best variant to buy?
For buyers on a budget, you can opt for the second to the top, the RXT variant which offers a few additional convenience features like a 20.32cm touchscreen with MediaNAV, electrically adjustable ORVMs, 12V charging socket for the second row and more.
On the other hand, the top-spec RXZ variant is purely for customers who wish to drive home a feature-loaded version. In addition to all the features from the lower variant, the RXZ additionally offers styled flex wheels, 3D Spacer fabric upholstery, two side airbags in the front and more. Click here to learn more about variant specific features.
1.0-litre, 3-cylinder - 72bhp at 6250rpm and 96Nm of torque at 3500rpm
Standard five-speed manual transmission
Did you know?
Renault Triber has more than 20 features as standard equipment across all trims and has a segment-first safety feature of four airbags in the front.