Renault Triber to India’s Last Village


Renault Triber ReviewThere is something magical about mountains as they turn white for the last time in 2020. We end the year 2020 on a high with an exclusive road trip to the last Indian Village in North with Renault Triber. Compact 7-seater MUV was designed keeping the practicality, space and budget in mind. But, is it suitable for all types of terrain? We take it out on the most difficult journey to the high altitudes of Chitkul, post this point we are not allowed to travel. So, can the Tiber make it with ease, or we have to turn back half way?

Renault Triber is a sub 4 meter MPV and the way it has been packed with clever pricing, it has the capability to take the sales chart running north. Renault Triber is designed on an entirely new ultra-modular platform which is modern and is a value for money model. It can carry one to seven people and features the largest boot capacity of its category in five-seater configuration. The only place according to us where Renault Triber lacks is a small engine – 1.0-liter 3-cylinder petrol energy engine generating 72Ps with 96Nm torque.

The Turbo 1.0 engine was showcased at the Auto Expo. The same engine made its debut on the Nissan Magnite and we were impressed with the power delivery. The same engine will do wonders for the Triber as well.


Renault Triber is unique, modern and attractive, combining dynamism and sturdiness in its less-than-four-meter length while offering best level roominess.  At the front it features LED DRL, smoked headlamps, the new front-bumper expresses sturdiness and modernity. Projector headlamps ensure perfect visibility and gives Renault TRIBER an assertive look.

It gets a Ground clearance of 182 mm. It has a sculpted bonnet, front and rear SUV skid plates, roof bars, and black plastic wheel arch protections.

On the inside it is finished in two-tone colours, from deep black for the upper part of the dashboard to a beige and white tone for the lower part and door trims. There is a cleverly placed refrigerated central storage area with holders are accessible to everyone between the first and second seats. addition to the lower glove compartment, which is also refrigerated, there is an upper glove compartment with a capacity of more than 4 liters.

Seating is the major talking point if we look at Renault Captur. It provides the best-in-class front seat couple distance (710 mm), the best second-row leg room (up to 200 mm) and the best third-row leg-room (91 mm). It offers sliding, reclinable, foldable and tumble second-row seats. The industry first EasyFix seats allows for easy handling and removal of third-row independent seats. Renault TRIBER offers a total of more than 100 different seat-configurations.

Talking of the boot in this sub 4m MPV it has a best-in-class boot capacity (625 liters) in the five-seater configuration and 320 in six-Seater configuration.


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