Renault just added new dual-tone colour options for the Renault Triber. These new colour options are limited to the range-topping RXZ trim only.
Renault Triber made its debut in India in 2019 as Renault’s first MPV in the market. It is also one of the most affordable MPVs around. Initially, this small MPV was available in five colour options, all of which were monotone. However, recently, Renault has added new more dual colour options to the palette. The dual-tone paint schemes will be available exclusively to the top-spec RXZ trim only.
Renault Triber is now available with dual-tone options for the top-spec RXZ trim
Moreover, Renault also dropped the Fiery Red Colour from the list of exterior colour options and replaced it with the Cedar Brown. The existing options include Moonlight Silver, Electric Blue, Cool White, Metal Mustard and Cedar Brown. Each of which will be combined with a blacked-out roof top for a more appealing look.
In addition, there are also other black elements like black body cladding, black wheel arches, blacked-out ORVMs. Apart from these styling updates, the Renault Triber also receives some feature adds-on. The ORVMs are now electrically adjustable and integrated with turn indicators. Other highlight updates of the Renault Triber 2021 include the dual horn setting, multi-function control-mounted steering wheel, height-adjustable driver seat, and more.
Under the hood, the Renault Triber continues to be powered by the 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that delivers a top power of 72 PS and a maximum torque of 96 Nm. This is the same engine employed on the Renault Kwid as well as the currently-launched Renault Kiger. The MPV is offered with two choices of transmission, a standard five-speed manual transmission and an optional five-speed AMT. It is expected that Renault will soon roll out the turbocharged version of the 1.0-litre engine on the Renault Triber. Of course, this engine will be more powerful than the existing version. The addition of this engine option will attract a larger band of customers.
Renault replaced the Fiery Red with Cedar Brown option
Along with the added features and styling updates, Renault also increased the price of the Triber. The entry-level Renault Triber is now priced at Rs 5.30 lakh (ex-showroom), which is slightly higher than the previous version.
Currently, Renault has just launched the Renault Kiger. The compact SUV is also underpinned by the low-cost and heavily localized CMF-A+ platform used on the Triber. Similar to the Triber, the Kiger is also priced competitively. Thanks to the affordable pricing, the Kiger is able to attract a large number of customers right from the beginning.