For this month, Renault is offering discounts worth Rs 40,000 on the Triber, which makes it as affordable as the 1000cc variant of the Kwid
Renault India is offering benefits up to Rs 40,000 on the purchase of a brand new Triber. This offer is limited to this month only. Potential buyers can avail this offer via carmaker’s official website or through a few selected dealerships that have restarted services. The discount of Rs 40,000 includes Rs 20,000 exchange bonus and a loyalty bonus of Rs 10,000. Moreover, an additional discount of Rs 10,000 is also offered to selected corporates, farmers and gram panchayat members. For this month, the automaker is also offering few finance schemes to the buyers of this MPV.
The discount offers of Rs 40,000 on the Rneault Triber is only valid for the month of May
The 7-seater car is offered with a special 8.99 per cent ROI (Rate of Interest) and an EMI holiday programme, which allows a buyer to start paying EMIs of the car after 3 months of purchase. Renault Triber is retailed at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), and after bonuses of Rs 40,000, the price of the MPV comes down to Rs 4.49 lakh, which is similar to that of the Renault Kwid 1.0 RXT Opt.
This means a person can now get base trim of Renault’s 7-seater MPV at Kwid’s 1.0 RXT Opt price. Even the Kwid 1.0 RXT, which is the most affordable 1000cc variant of the Kwid, costs Rs 4.42 lakh, which is close to what the base Triber does after factoring in the discounts.
The carmaker is also planning to introduce a new turbo-petrol engine with the MPV
Talking about the Renault Triber, the MPV derives power from a BS6-compliant 1.0-litre, three-pot, naturally-aspirated petrol mill, which puts out 72bhp of power and 96 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties are done by a 5-speed MT. In the coming weeks, the carmaker has plans to introduce the Triber AMT in the Indian market. It was showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo. The upcoming Triber AMT is expected to be offered in three different trim levels, namely- RxL, RxT and RxZ, and is expected to be Rs 50,000 more expensive than the manual version. Renault is also planning to offer the MPV with a new 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, three-cylinder, HR10 motor, which puts out 95 bhp of power output.