Renault Triber RxZ: Renault launched a genuine seven-seater Triber earlier this year which is getting popular now because of its features. The new MPV’s top-spec variant have earned more than 10,000 units mark within 2 months of launch.
The bigger wheels sold 11,516 units last month which is 63 per cent higher than the sales of October 2018. It now arrives with 185/65 section tyres, as compared to the 165/80 section tyres. The smart-looking RxZ variant features 15-inch wheels, replacing the 14-inch ones it had earlier.
The 15-inch wheels are still steel-type, and Renault 14-inch original alloy wheels continue to be optional. Because of this upgrade in the new car, it hiked the price of the car by Rs 4,000 from the earlier Rs 6.49 lakh (ex-showroom) sticker price.
- 84 litres of boot space with the third-row seats in place.
- 625 litres with the third-row seats folded.
There are four modes in the seating, which can be configured as
- the seven-seater Tribe Mode,
- the five-seater Life Mode,
- the four-seater Surf Mode, and
- the two-seater Camp Mode.
The Renault Triber Price
The Renault Triber is offered in four trim levels – RxE, RxL, RxT, and RxZ.
Prices start at Rs 4.95 lakh for the base trim and go up to Rs 6.53 lakh.
Other feature in the Renault Triber:
A petrol engine which is a 1.0-litre,
3-cylinder unit (powers the Kwid), that produces 72bhp of power and 92Nm of torque
Mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Renault will come up with the Triber’s engine BS-VI complaint and is planning to launch it’s BS-VI compliant line-up as soon as possible in 2020.
+ Larger wheels bring more stability.
– Little unstable at higher speeds.