2021 Renault Triber launched with two-tone colors and new functions
Brushing things up for what was quite a success for them Renault In India, the French carmaker has updated that Triber subcompact MPV with a few subtle improvements for the 2021 model year. These improvements include the addition of new two-tone colors for the top spec RXZ fairing, as well as some new features for the inside. Of course, these upgrades come with a premium of up to INR 15,000. Prices for the Renault Triber 2021 start at 5.30 lakh INR and increase to 7.82 lakh INR (all prices ex showroom). Here is a detailed look at the variant price list:
|variant||old price||New price||difference|
|RXE||INR 5.20,000||INR 5.30,000||INR 10,000|
|RXL||INR 5,98,000||INR 5,99,990||INR 1,990|
|RXL AMT||INR 6,43,000||INR 6.50,000||INR 7,000|
|RXT||INR 6,48,000||INR 6.55,000||INR 7,000|
|RXT AMT||INR 6,93,000||INR 7.05,000||INR 12,000|
|RXZ||INR 7.05,000||INR 7.15,000||INR 10,000|
|RXZ dual tone||– –||INR 7,32,000 (new)|
|RXZ AMT||INR 7.50,000||INR 7,65,000||INR 15,000|
|RXZ AMT Dual Tone||– –||INR 7,82,000 (new)|
Renault has updated the Triber with new two-tone color options, but these are limited to the top specification RXZ fairing. The car manufacturer has also introduced a new color in cedar brown, which replaces the red color of the triber, which has now been discontinued. All color options – blue, brown, yellow, silver and white – are offered with a new black contrast canopy on top of the top spec two-tone RXZ fairing. The new two-tone RXZ variant has a premium of INR 17,000 over the monotonous option.
Art from new paint jobs, the Triber has also been updated with LED turn signals on the ORVMs (offered from RXT) and a double horn setup (offered on all fairings). Updates are not only limited to the outside, but on the inside the Triber benefits from the steering (from RXT) and a height-adjustable driver’s seat (limited to RXZ). The Triber was already equipped with functions such as projector headlights, LED daytime running lights, 14-inch alloy wheels, LED instrument cluster, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Ple CarPlay and Android Auto, passive keyless entry and much more.
With this update, however, no mechanical changes have been made to the Triber. The 7-seater MPV is powered by the well-known 1.0-liter dual VVT BR10 petrol engine. The three-cylinder suction mill has a maximum output of 72 hp at 6,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 96 Nm at 3,500 rpm.For transmission tasks, there is either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 5-speed AMT gearbox. The engine was the only sore point of the Triber, as it feels a little under-challenged. This issue will likely be fixed when Renault introduces the Triber’s 1.0-liter turbo gasoline engine, which is also offered for the Triber Kiger.
The 100 hp 1.0-liter turbo gasoline engine is long due for the Triber, but is not expected to be introduced until 2022. At this price, the Triber can keep up with them Maruti Suzuki Swift, Ford Figo, and Maruti Wagon R., but offers practicality like no other. The Triber is India’s first modular MPV to feature a removable third row of seats to free up additional trunk space. There are no other MPVs or vehicles under 4 meters that can accommodate seven passengers. The Triber was an instrumental product for Renault enter Tier II and III cities, a demography that offers more seating capacity at an affordable price.