Renault dealers have introduced a range of accessories for Triber MPV, adding more to the car's aggression and sportiness. Check out this Renault Triber with full accessories list on-boards that can cost you around Rs 50,000.
Launched a couple of months ago, the Renault Triber is the latest 7-seater MPV in the Indian market. It is a unique seven-seat MPV under the sub-four-metre length mark, same as the Datsun Go+. The Renault MPV has managed to sell in good numbers since its launch in August 2019. The Triber has even overtaken the Renault Kwid hatchback to become Renault’s best-selling car in India. Furthermore, the arrival of the Triber has helped much to the healthy sales growth of Renault in October 2019.
Renault Triber is currently the bestselling-car by Renault India
The Renault Triber has a very handsome design. Despite its compact size, the Triber has a proportionate presence on the road. The all-new MPV is available in four variants: RXE, RXL, RXT and RXZ. Now, the company is also offering an additional range of official accessories from its dealerships, for all the variants of the car. Here’s a video by "Ghost Venom" a YouTuber, who shows a fully-accessorized Triber in the daylight. These accessories of Renault Triber are said to cost the car owner nearly Rs 50,000. Check it out!
Renault Triber with official accessories | Ghost Venom
Though the specific variant of the car is not revealed, the video shows a white-coloured Triber packed with a range of chrome detailing, starting from the front grille to the garnishes on the boot. We can also see the front bumper corner protectors, fog lamp housing with chrome surrounds at the front. On the side profile, the Triber sports door-claddings and wind deflectors which are not factory-fitted in the stock model. Other noticeable changes on the exterior of the car include a new set of multi-spoke alloy wheels, chrome strips on the windows, chrome-plated door handles along with rear bumper protectors.
This fully-accessorised Renault Triber looks uber-cool
On the inside of the Triber, you'll find 3D floor mats on all the three rows of the car. We can easily spot some chrome-accents on the centre console, as well as some other minor tweaks in the Triber’s cabin. Apart from that, there are no additional changes made to the interior of the MPV. The total costs of these official accessories from Renault is stated to be about Rs. 47,100.
As for the regular Triber, it is a very unique car; it's the first car in India to offer flexible-seating configurations with removable seats. The sub-four-metre MPV gets the power from a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine that also finds a place on the Renault Kwid. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual transmission, and a 5-speed AMT unit is alleged to come at a later date. The Renault Triber AMTis expected to hit the market in 2020. In another update, the European carmaker is gearing up for the introduction of the BS6-compliant Renault Kwid as well as an all-new Renault HBC compact SUV next year.