Today took a test drive of Triber RXZ AMT. Space: I found the car very spacious as I am 6ft tall and the view of the road was crystal clear. 2nd-row seats were spacious though 3 rd row seats are adequate for children only.
Ride: Driving the car over small potholes was fine, but larger pothholes were felt in the car. Ideal tyres should have been 195/60/R15 to absorb larger pothholes. Comfort: Reclining 2nd row seats are a good option but the quality and comfort of the seats are not upto the mark, rather I found my Alto k10 seat more comfortable as compared to triber. Leather bucket seat may improve seat comfort slightly. Aircondition vents on the pillar in 2nd row and on the roof in 3 rd row keep the car cool.
Drive: The gear box seems to confused when reving the car in D mode, it usually changes the gear at 3000 rpm and when you press the accelerator the sound of rev is there but no acceleration. Its advisable to drive the car in manual mode and shift gears up and down as per your requirement. Looks: Projector Headlamps, DRL and front grill make the car look elegant.
Cons: Automatic Climate Control, Driver Armrest, Steering Mounted Controls and Alloy Wheels missing in top variant.