Renault has launched the new Triber seven-seater compact MPV in the market. The prices for the Renault Triber start at ₹4.95 lakh for the base variant and goes all the way up to ₹6.49 lakh for the top-spec variant. The Renault Triber measures under 4-metre and despite that the MPV is spacious inside.
The Renault Triber is a unique product in the Indian market as it comes with flexible seating options. The Triber is also a value for money product, considering its price point and practicality and features it offers. So, let’s take a look at the pros or advantages and cons or disadvantages of the new Renault Triber.
Renault Triber specifications
The Renault Triber draws power from a 1-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine that produces 71bhp and 96Nm of torque The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. There is no diesel engine option.
Pros or advantages of the Renault Triber
- Design: The Renault Tiber is a stylish MPV as it features modern design language similar to Renault’s European models. The front end of the Triber gets a large grille with the chrome treatment, projector headlamps, LED DRLs and faux skid plate. The rear profile of the MPV gets eagle beak split tail light cluster and faux skid plates. The roof rails and body claddings give the MPV a macho look.
- Flexible seating: The Renault Triber is a seven-seater MPV. But it also comes with flexible seating options. Yes, you can completely remove the third-row seats to increase boot space and it will be a five-seater. Further, you can also fold the second-row seats to make it a two-seater.
- Cabin space: The Renault Triber measures under 4-metre and still it has got enough space to accommodate seven people. The space on the third-row is decent and it is practical to use for at least short jaunts.
- Boot space: The Renault Triber has a boot space of 625-litres with the third-row seats removed. This is one of the main advantages of Triber.
- Practical MPV: The Renault Triber is a practical vehicle as it has modular seating options. Whether you want to travel with luggage or seven people, the Triber does it all.
Cons or disadvantages of the Renault Triber
- Engine: The Renault Triber draws power from a 1-litre petrol engine. The petrol engine is underpowered because it is a seven-seater vehicle. With the MPV fully-loaded, the engine might feel underpowered in certain conditions.
- No diesel engine: The Renault Triber is offered with only one petrol engine and does not get a diesel engine. The Triber being a practical MPV, will be driven for long distances and lack of diesel engine might be a deal-breaker for some buyers.
- Premium features: The Renault Triber misses out on premium features such as automatic climate control, alloy wheels and steering-mounted controls. The interior is neatly designed but it lacks some premium features.