Exclusive: Renault Triber walkaround review video before official launch

Renault Triber, the next big launch from the French manufacturer in India has been unveiled in India. The car is designed and developed to suit the Indian road conditions and will be launched in the coming months. Here is the first walkaround video of the Renault Triber, that brings you all the details about the car.

The Triber is a sub-4m vehicle that is based on the CMF-A platform. The all-new Triber gets a crossover design and follows the latest design language of the manufacturer. The car gets a cladding all around and the wheel arches that add a rugged look to it. At the front, there’s a large grille and large headlamps with silver skid plate positioned at the lower part. In all, the Renault Triber looks quite attractive. The Triber gets a ground clearance of 182mm.

Exclusive: Renault Triber walkaround review video before official launch

The car showcased today is the production version of the Triber and it has been spotted multiple times testing on the Indian roads under heavy camouflage. On the inside, the Triber gets 7-seat option and interestingly, a slidable second row too. The second row can be folded down when not needed. The third row of the Triber is quite interesting too. It gets a good amount of headroom and the third-row seats can be individually adjusted. Moreover, the third-row seat is latched, which can be removed easily when needed to make more space. Without the third row in space, the Triber offers a maximum boot space of 625 litres. In the 7-row configuration, it offers 84-litre of space while in 6-seater configuration, the space increases to 320-litre. There are four modes available in the seating arrangements – Life mode, Tribe mode, Surfing mode and Camping mode.

On the inside, the Renault Triber offers new-age all-digital instrument cluster, which will be a first-in-segment feature. The instrument is quite informative as well and shows three viral gauges for the tachometer, fuel level and engine temperature. There is a touchscreen 8-inch Audio, Video, Navigation system too that supports the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay system. The cabin also gets air-conditioning vents for all the three rows, which means that even the rear seat passenger gets the uniform cooling, which is a must in the hot weather conditions of India. Also to be noted that the last row passengers get armrests and dedicated charging points, which will come in very handy during the long journeys.

Exclusive: Renault Triber walkaround review video before official launch

Talking about the engine, the Renault Triber will get powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 72 PS and 96 Nm of peak torque. It will get a 5-speed manual transmission and 5-speed EASY-R AMT automatic transmission. The Renault Triber is expected to be priced quite handsomely in the Indian market, especially because it is a sub-4m vehicle. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Mahindra Marazzo are both more than 4m, which do not allow the customers to get the tax benefits meant for small cars.

Shantonil Nag

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