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Renault Triber in expedition-ready form: Check out this render [Video]

Renault has launched one their most awaited models in Indian market , the Triber. With the launch of Triber it has become the most affordable MPV or 7-seater in the segment. It is priced at a in Rs 5-7 Lakh bracket which makes it cheaper than its bigger rivals like the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga.

When launched Triber caught peroples attention because of its removable third row seats making it flexible and perfect for all kinds of trips. Here in the video below by YS Designs, Renault Triber is given a different look altogether. he has converted the everyday family MPV into an expedition-ready camper.

First changes that one would notice are those new set of off-road tyres. The front bumper has also been changed to make it look more rugged and expedition ready. a couple of tow hooks can also be seen in the front. The profile of the Triber camper looks more or less like the normal one, except for the side cladding which is more thicker now.

It also gets a new paint job and the roof rails are also different than the normal Triber and they now come with a roof mounted tent for camping. The Triber gets a set of auxiliary lamps on the roof as well as on the front bumper to light up the road ahead. All in all the Triber Camper edition looks dope and is something that we would love to see on our roads in future.

Renault Triber Expedition Render Featured

Coming back to Triber, It 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. It comes as a 7-seater and the second-row of seats can be folded down when not needed. As mentioned earlier, the third row of seats can be removed completely to make more boot space.

The Triber gets all the features like touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple carPlay, parking sensors, rear parking camera, airbags, ABS. Coming to the engine,  Triber comes with the same 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine that powers the Kwid. In  Triber it tuned slightly different. It produces a maximum power of 71 Bhp and peak torque of 96 Nm. It gets a five-speed manual transmission but there is no AMT automatic transmission even as an option. Overall, the Renault Triber is an extremely practical car and something that will satisfy the need of a buyer who wants a seven-seater vehicle on a budget.