- The Triber will come in four trims - RXE, RXS, RXT and RXZ.
- It will be available with both, a manual gearbox and an AMT.
- It will be powered by a 1.0-litre petrol motor.
Yesterday, we reported that bookings for the Renault Triber will commence from next week. Now, we can confirm that the compact seven-seater will be offered in four trims - RXE, RXS, RXT and RXZ, with the latter being the top-spec variant. The variants will be spread across manual as well as automatic (AMT) transmissions.
Powering the Renault Triber will be a 1.0-litre three-cylinder 'Energy' petrol engine that makes 71bhp of maximum power and a peak torque of 96Nm. It will be available with a five-speed manual transmission and an Easy-R AMT.
The Triber is based on a modular CMF-A+ platform that offers a long wheelbase of 2636mm within a sub-four-meter (3990mm) footprint. The car is wide at 1739mm and has a height of 1643mm (without roof rails). While the Triber is a sub-four-meter car, its USP is the smart packaging. With all rows up, the boot space is 84 litres, but when used as a five-seater, you get a class-leading storage space of 625 litres.
The Triber also comes with a cooled glove box, a cooled storage area in the centre console, and 12V charging sockets and AC vents in all rows. Standard safety kit will include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, speed alert system, and front seat belts reminder. As far as positioning is concerned, the Renault Triber will be a practical and more spacious alternative to the likes of Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and others. And it is also likely to undercut both these cars in pricing.