The Renault Triber made its global debut, earlier today, in India. The Triber is a modular sub-four meter crossover that offers the flexibility of a seven-seater in a compact size. It is based on a modified version of the CMF-A platform, which also underpins the Renault Kwid. The car will be available with a new 1.0-litre petrol mill that will come paired with a five-speed manual and AMT transmissions. Now, before the Triber is launched in India, here’s a complete picture gallery of the compact seven-seater.
Up front, the Triber gets the ‘Triple-Edge’ chrome grille and sweptback projector headlamps. It also features horizontal LED daytime running lights in place of the fog lamps, a lower-placed air dam, and there’s also plastic cladding on the front bumper.
In the profile, the Renault Triber has flared wheel arches, plastic cladding that runs across the length of the car, and then, there’s also the rub-rails on the doors and roof rails.
The crossover features 15-inch alloy wheels on the top-spec model that are paired with 185/65-section CEAT SecuraDrive tyres. Lower-spec variants will come fitted with 165/80 R14 CEAT Fuelsmarrt tyres.
At the rear, Renault Triber features the two-piece Eagle-beak taillights, while the Triber logo finds a place on the bar that connects the tail lamps. The rear bumper gets a heavy dose of black plastic cladding, and the faux skid plates add a sense of robustness to the car.
The cabin of the Triber is modern and features a dual-tone black and beige finish. The dashboard comes with chrome accents on the air-con vents, AC dials and engine start-stop button. There are also silver accents on the dashboard, door handles and armrests.
Renault claims the Triber has best-in-segment storage space of 31-litres. This includes the twin glove-boxes with the lower one being cooled, and then there’s a cooled central storage area and space for cup holders as well.
Renault Triber features an eight-inch touchscreen MediaNav Evolution infotainment system. The system gets support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and it allows videos to be played on the display by connecting the Smartphone via a USB plug.
The Triber is available with a flexible seating feature with a capacity to seat five, six or seven passengers. When used as a five-seater, it offers a boot space of 625-litres and 320-litres in the six-seater configuration. With all the seven seats up, the boot space capacity goes down to 84-litres.