Renault Triber is the latest 7-seater MPV in the Indian car market. It was launched a couple of months ago and has been doing good in terms of numbers. Triber even became the best selling model from Renault for the month of September. Triber looks well designed and proportionate on roads. It looks appealing and to ensure that customers can further make the Triber look like a vehicle that they like, a range of official accessories are available for the car. Here is a video by Ghost Venom who shows a Triber fitted with all the official accessories from Renault.
The Variant of the Triber is not specified in the video. The video starts by showing the chrome front grille garnish. then he shows the front bumper corner protectors. There is even more chrome garnish on the fog lamp housing. Coming to the profile of the car the noticeable change is the new alloy wheels. The owner has also opted for door claddings which otherwise are not present on the stock vehicle. It also gets wind deflectors. Other changes on the outside are the chrome strip on the window, chrome door handle bars, bumper protectors at rear and chrome garnish on the boot as well.
Coming to the changes on the inside, the main changes are the 3D floor mats that are used on all the three rows. Other small accessory used is the chrome garnish used on the gear box area. Apart from that no other additions are made to the interior of the car. The video also explains the total cost of all these modifications. All these accessories had costed about Rs 47,100 to the owner. One thing to be noted is that all the accessories used are official accessories from Renault.
The Renault Triber is very unique and is the first car in India to offer removable seats. The sub-4m MPV is powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine that also powers the Kwid. While the Triber is currently offered with a single gearbox option – a 5 speed manual – it’ll soon get a 5 speed AMT. The AMT version of the MPV is expected to be launched early next year. Renault is also working a sub-4 meter compact SUV for Indian market. For now it is called Renault HBC compact SUV. It is likely to be launched in India next year, and will share its platform (CMF-A) and mechanicals with the likes of the Kwid and the Triber.
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