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How & why is the Renault Triber so practical? Official video explains!

Renault will soon launch the all-new Triber in the Indian market. Based on an all-new platform, which is derived from the Kwid platform, the Renault Triber will be a sub-4m MPV. It will Renault’s second MPV in the Indian market after the Lodgy and it will take on the likes of Tata Nexon in the Indian market. Renault Triber is days away from an official launch in the Indian market. Before the launch, Renault has released a new video that shows the Triber’s practical design and storage solution.

The video by Renault shows how practical the car is and also shows all the smart storage solution inside the cabin. The Triber gets a big bucket positioned in the front of the transmission lever. There is a separate place to keep the smartphone too. What’s more? The Triber also gets two cup holders positioned between the front two seats. While there is a covered storage space too. This is a cooled storage space that can keep your drinks cooled over a long journey. In the dashboard, there are two separate glove box compartments that really increases the storage space in the 7-seater.

The Triber will come with a reclinable and slidable second-row seat. The second-row seat is 60:40 split, which allows them to be tumbled down individually to make even more space in the car. There’s more. The Renault Triber is the first car in India to offer removable third seats. The third-row seats are also individual and can be removed to make space in the car. It really makes the Triber very practical, especially a spacious option over the other vehicles in the segment.

The Renault Triber will offer a touchscreen infotainment system and a fully-digital instrument cluster. Other features include rear AC vents, airbags, ABS+EBD and all four power windows. The Triber carries a fresh face, which makes it look different from the Kwid too. The sub-4m length of the car will allow the brand to price it very competitively in the segment. As we revealed in an earlier report, the Renault Triber will start at Rs 4.4 lakh while the top-end version of the car will get a price tag of Rs 5.8 lakh.

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Renault is yet to announce the engine specifications of the Triber officially. However, it will be launched only with a petrol engine in the Indian market. The Triber will be powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine option that also powers the Renault Kwid. However, it will be re-tuned to produce a maximum power of 72 Bhp and a peak torque of 96 Nm. Renault will offer a 5-speed manual transmission and a 5-speed AMT automatic transmission with the Triber in the Indian market.