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Renault Triber Latest Updates

Renault India has launched the Triber AMT with prices between Rs 6.18 lakh and Rs 7.22 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Triber AMT is Rs 40,000 dearer when compared to its manual variants. The AMT is offered in all variants apart from the base-spec model. It continues to utilise Renault's 1.0-litre Energy petrol engine that develops 72PS of power and 96Nm of torque.

Triber Specifications

The Renault Triber is powered by a BS6-compliant 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder 'Energy' dual-VVT petrol engine. It develops 72PS of maximum power and 96Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission with a claimed mileage of 19kmpl. A 5-speed 'Easy-R' AMT has joint the Triber's lineup recently.

Triber Variants

The Renault Triber is available in four variants: the RXE, RXL, RXT and RXZ. It’s offered in five colour options: Moonlight Silver, Metal Mustard, Ice Cool White, Fiery Red, and Electric Blue.

Triber Features

The Triber is focused more on practicality rather than creature comforts. So, you get an 8-inch touchscreen, manual air conditioning, cooled central compartment, twin air con vents for second and third row, smart access card, push-button start, alloy wheels, LED instrument cluster, and four airbags (two airbags as standard). In terms of practicality, there's enough space for 6-7 adults while removing the third row frees up 625 litres of boot space.

Renault Triber Competitors

It locks horns with hatchbacks like the Ford Freestyle, Maruti Suzuki Swift, and Datsun Go Plus.

Renault Triber Price

The price of Renault Triber starts at Rs. 4.99 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 7.22 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Triber ranges between Rs. 4.99 Lakh to Rs. 7.22 Lakh. Renault Triber is available in 7 variants and 5 different colours.

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Renault Triber Price List in India

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Triber RXE
20 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.99 Lakh
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Triber RXL
20 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.85 Lakh
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18.2 kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
Rs. 6.18 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Triber

Q. My car is still giving me low mileage. How to get better mileage - Triber?
  • Fuel efficiency depends on several factors like driving style, road/traffic conditions, tyre pressureetc. In order to get better help to achieve better mileage, you may check out our Fuel Efficiency Guide or our dedicated article.
Q. Can I put front and rear seat cover in Renault Triber RXZ ?
  • You can use seat covers with 2nd and 3rd-row seats but will not suggest you to use seat covers for front seats because of side airbags. If you apply seat cover here airbags might not deploy.
Q. What is the difference between Renault Triber and Renault Kwid ?
  • Both cars are of different segments and come under different price ranges too. KWID's funky and muscular styling is attractive. long features list makes it a great VFM proposition, compact dimensions and light controls make it easy to drive in the city. Som if you are on a budget and looking for a 5-seater city sleeker car for your family, you may go for Renault KWID. On the other hand, Renault Triber has a spacious second row, removable third-row seats, big 625-litre boot(without 3rd row), comfortable ride quality. Renault’s Triber packs in solid value, offering a lot of car for not much money. It could do with some more features, and a stronger engine for roadtrips but at least we now have an AMT for easier city commuting. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. What is the price of Renault Triber in CSD Canteen?
  • For availability and prices of Renault Triber through CSD, we would suggest you walk into the nearest dealership as they will be better people to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.
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  • You go nearest CSD Canteen and ask them.
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Q. What is the safety rating of Renault Triber?
  • As of now, Renault Triber hasn't been through the crash test norms, however, it gets up to 4 airbags, speed-sensing door lock, remote central locking, seat belts with reminder & pretensioner, ABS with EBD, speed alert warning, rear parking sensors, etc for the safety.
  • This is the model of want to book it with in next week, so please sir bring it anyhow to showroom. Please dirt it's snd urgent require for my family so please tell me thr date I will come and purchase on that day it self and please give me you nuy sir
  • I believe it should have gone through crash test norms as its Indian government mandated requirement from Oct 2019. am sure its gone though but results are not out. Its not NCAP thought
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Q. Which will be a better pick for a family car between Tata Altroz or Renault Triber. I need features, safety, family car, space , better comfort on bad roads and sufficient engine for comfort performance.
  • Renault Triber:- highlight of the car is 7 seater this is the only reason middle class people fall love with this car. Avg mileage is 10 , no safety, avg performance, looks good, uncomfortable for 3rd row passengers (for kids it okay but low quality seats) and 2nd row middle seat is also uncomfortable, spare parts are expensive and they have not done safety test and it is very poor , it is may be 7 seater but car can't claim the hills, flyovers that easily with 7 passengers, it is not that good as Tata and Renault is flop in India , with less mileage and low built up quality, so it risky to buy,it is good in city's and if your traveling monthly 3000Km in traffic areas like Bangalore then buy ertiga, because Renault Triber petrol chargers you can pay Monthly EMI for ertiga.About TATA ALTROZ , good performance, avg 15kmpl mileage, more important safety is 5 Star, good looking, tata company is bad at marketing so many people don't about this car. Tata is our proud Indian company it gives the best value for the Money.
  • Search google for Renault Triber real user review Average mileage 9 to 10.5 kmpl to know about 20 issues that I found. Those may or may not be a deal breaker for some. But it is worth knowing what you are spending your money on.
  • I have a triber rxt car but the main issue is engine but triber is giving me mileage about 19.4 and third row is very comfortable for kids and adults of 5.9 height and also car is very good .
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Editor's View of Renault Triber

  • Upside

    Spacious second row, removable third row seats, big 625-litre boot(without 3rd row), comfortable ride quality.

  • Downside

    Highway performance, lack of features.

  • Our Verdict

    Renault’s Triber packs in solid value, offering a lot of car for not much money. It could do with some more features, and a stronger engine for roadtrips but at least we now have an AMT for easier city commuting.


Triber Detailed Review

Renault’s Triber has got a lot of hopes up. For it’s promising the practicality of seven seats, at a price point that doesn’t exactly pinch the pocket. It’s also bundling in the option of stowing away the third row altogether, and enjoying a large cargo space - like an estate. There are some raised eyebrows at the ZigWheels office, though. The first one is for the little 1.0-litre engine under the bonnet. And the second is for the rather conservative feature list. Let’s tackle what’s under the bonnet first.

Hauling Happiness

A large seven-seater family car means only one thing: road trips! And if you’re keen on making memories with your Renault Triber, you too would scoff at the output the three-cylinder engine puts out. No, it’s not the same 1.0-litre engine you’d find under the bonnet of the Kwid. This is a different motor altogether, with a different bore and stroke, as well as variable valve timing. Not surprising then that the motor makes slightly more power than the Kwid (72PS vs 69PS) and a tinge more torque (96Nm vs 91Nm) as well.

As you’d expect from a three-cylinder engine, vibrations are quite evident on the floorboard as well as the pedals on idle. On the move, however, they do take a backseat. You do hear the engine in the background pretty much all the time. But it’s intrusive only when you push the car hard past 3500rpm.

The clutch bites in early, but it isn’t exactly easy to get it going smoothly. You’ll have to give it some throttle to make a move. Once the Triber build speeds, however, progress is steady and the driving experience is relaxed. Much like the Kwid, the controls on the Triber are light and easy to use. With the quick steering and light clutch (mind you it’s heavier compared to say a Swift/Grand i10), quick school trips and shopping runs should be fatigue-free. And speaking of driving inside the city, that AMT really needs to come soon - Renault!

On the highway, the Triber is happiest between 65-85kmph, chugging along comfortably even when loaded with occupants. We drove it with four passengers and a boot full of luggage, and also with all seven seats occupied. In both cases, the Triber coped just fine. Needless to mention this isn’t a vehicle that’s meant for quick overtakes, and it’d appreciate if you mimicked its easy-going nature. Getting a quick move on out on the highway (with or without load) requires planning, and usually a downshift. Also, pushing the Triber up to (and past) triple digits is possible; just not recommended. Past 95kmph, the engine slowly loses steam and begins to feel gruff and strained.

The acid test undoubtedly are the inclines. There, we found ourselves in first and second gear most of the time. From a standstill, you’ll have to be tactful with the clutch and dial in throttle to climb up a steep incline. This does compound a bit with load inside the car.

Braking performance is par for the course, and it’s easy to rein in the Triber to a halt from city speeds comfortably. Braking hard from triple digit speeds, however, sees it get slightly nervous and skittish. It does manage to hold its line well, though.

Finally, as you’d expect from a Renault, the suspension deals with the potholes, craters and what have you without tossing occupants about. It works in silence as it goes about gobbling surface imperfections. High-speed driving does induce a bit of float to the ride, and that’s something you’ll feel more prominently if you were seated in the second or third row. Given its tall height, it’s no surprise that it rolls its way through corners if you hustle it. But in all seriousness, we doubt you’d want to drive a seven-seater spiritedly. And that brings us to the all-important bit.

Space For Seven?

Well, yes. Renault has gone for theatre-style seating, which means that the second and third rows are mounted higher. They’ve also carved out a portion of the roof to ensure there’s enough headroom for the third-row occupant. Since the second row has a travel range of 190mm, you get to effectively tailor the knee room for the third row as well.

Finding a balance where every occupant is comfortable isn’t tricky. For instance, a six-footer like me has enough space in the second row behind my own driving position. There’s no dearth of headroom or kneeroom. However, the cabin could definitely do with a little more width to keep three abreast comfortably. The seat back feels a bit flat and could’ve been contoured better to offer superior support. You’d feel this only over longer journeys, though. To keep the occupants cool, there are B-pillar-mounted AC vents. They can be switched on independent of the first row air-con. A small annoyance is the positioning of the fan speed control that’s placed low and far — right next to the chilled central glovebox between the front seats.

In the third row, I could do with a little more room as the knees brush against the seatback. This can be mitigated by sliding the second row forward a little bit. Expectedly, you sit slightly knees up in the third row. And since the seat base is short, it’s got limited underthigh support to offer. So, while adults can sit in the third row for short trips, we’d say it’s best left to kids over longer journeys. Only the 40-section of the second row has one-touch tumble (the 60-section only reclines and slides forward). And the opening to get into the third row isn’t exactly old people-friendly since it’s slightly raised and narrow. In terms of convenience, the two occupants here get a pair of AC vents mounted in the roof, and the top-spec variant packs in a helpful 12V charge socket as well.

Of course, should you not need the third row and want to use cargo space, the seats can be removed altogether. Renault claims this can be done in as little as 15 seconds. With some practice, you might just get it done in the same amount of time. Take the last row out and you have a whopping 625 litres of storage. That’s more than twice of what similarly priced hatchbacks will offer. On that note, we wish the second row folded flat to the floor. It would’ve added another feather in the Triber’s versatile cap.

If you’re going to be using the third row most of the time, invest in the roof carrier. The roof rails are designed to carry 50kg of load. And with just 84 litres of boot space with the third row in place (that's just about enough for a couple of large backpacks), you’re most definitely going to need it.

Essential Equipment

Okay, before we get on to what the Triber misses compared to similarly priced cars, we need to set some context. This little Renault is offering an extra row of seats, and if that matters to you a whole lot, chances are you will be willing to excuse quite a lot of the feel-good fluff. On paper, the top-spec RXZ variant seems quite well kitted. You get daytime running lamps, a touchscreen infotainment system, a reverse parking camera, keyless entry and push-button start as well.

Renault has been clever in equipping the variants too. For instance, the Triber’s slide/tumble second-row and third-row seats are offered as standard across the range. Projector headlamps are offered right from the base-spec variant, along with basics like reverse parking sensors and a manual AC. AC vents for the second and third row, however, are available in all variants save for the base. What Renault could’ve offered for the price includes a height-adjustable driver’s seat, steering-mounted audio controls and fog lamps. You could ask for alloy wheels too, but that’s on the accessory menu anyway.

On the safety front, Renault is offering dual airbags, ABS with EBD and reverse parking sensors as standard. With the top-spec RXZ variant you get side airbags as well, taking the tally up to four.

Looking The Part

Renault is walking the fine line between MPV and SUV with the Triber. There's 182mm of ground clearance too, so it's not another small hatchback dolled up with cladding. The design is executed tastefully, and from no angle does it look ungainly. The short nose, large wheelbase and flat tail hark back to the lovable Lodgy. But this clearly is more in tune with the times. The face with the large Renault lozenge and chrome-dipped grille is in line with the baby Kwid. On the other hand, the rear with its large tail lamps is clean and minimalistic.

In terms of size, it's half a size larger than the Swifts and i10s it goes up against. Pick one in a bright colour like the Mustard or the Blue and it's bound to stand out in a crowd as well. Plus, Renault is offering some cool accessories including decals and wheels for you to personalize your Triber.

For the family?

Is the Triber the family car on a budget you always wanted? Well, yes. The Triber has a lot going for it. It’s a genuine family car that focuses on everyday usability more than flash value. If you absolutely need the third row of seats, or even just the large boot, you will appreciate the versatility of the removable third row as well. It’s packing in just enough features to get you excited, and there’s reassurance in the safety department with four airbags as well. Yes, the Triber could do with a few more basic features we spoke about earlier, but other than that it hardly leaves you wanting. The engine feel adequate for handling city duties without breaking a sweat. But if you’re someone who enjoys long roadtrips, you might feel the performance to be slightly underwhelming.

It is delivering solid value for money, though. For Rs 4.95 lakh - Rs 6.5 lakh (ex-showroom), the Triber genuinely is a lot of car for the money. So, if you needed a no-nonsense companion for your big family, the Triber does that without breaking the household budget.

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Renault Triber Mileage

The mileage of Renault Triber ranges from 18.2 kmpl to 20 kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Triber Petrol Manual is 20 kmpl In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Triber Petrol is 18.2 kmpl
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Renault Triber User Reviews

4.2 /5
262 reviews & ratings
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    4.0/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
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  • Comfort
    4.4/5
  • Safety
    4.1/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.5/5

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55% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    Renault triber nice car safety and features are good this car is value of money and complete family car awesome car by Renault

  • 5.0

    my experience triber Renault Hyundai car very good performance I love it...

  • 5.0

    Renault triber is power full engine

  • 4.3

    Best for middle budget trust and buy if you have interest. I tried test drive only and felt excellent

  • 5.0

    Very happy with the purchase of Renault triber. I was expecting they would do some compromise on the car , but no , the interior is very good , spacious and comfortable. The car offers a lot of value . I have the rxt variant which is good value

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  • 5.0

    Renault Triber is an exciting car, I purchased it on 10th Nov 2019. For RXZ Model with 15' Tyre it cost me Rs. 8.11 Lakcs on road in Mumbai. (Paid Rs. 5,500/- extra for the Tyre upgrade)It comes with essentials features like Reverse Camera, 2nd and 3rd row Air Condition vents, infotainment system with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, key-less entry, DRLs, etc. What more can you expect at this price?Why Renault Triber?We are a family of three, at times my parents joins us and occasionally it is my brother's family. So we wanted a car which can accommodate 6 people and 2 kids for occasional travel. Triber gives me a flexible option of converting it from 5 seater to 7 seater when we have extra family members. I wanted a big family car with basic to advanced features, if you compare it with competition, you would have to shell out 10+ lakh rupees easily. Triber gave me a good balance between budget and expectations. It also gives my family an option to travel together instead of traveling in two different cars.Which features I miss in Triber?1. Automatic Climate Control2. Automatic TransmissionThese features are not deal breaker. Renault Triber is coming up with Automatic model, I am assuming that it should have Climate Control as well.Car Performance?Its too early to comment on the car performance, maintenance cost and mileage. I am expecting it to give me around 13 kmpl; I will be in a position to comment on this after the first service.Who should buy Triber?The answer depends on how often you travel with full load of 6 to 7 members. Then you will have to perform cost-benefit analysis. For a family of 5, with couple of members joining you occasionally, I think Triber is the best option at the given price. Is engine power an issue?I do not know (yet). If Ecco can take a load of 8 people then why not Triber?

  • 2.3

    Ghost acceleration in lower gears. When you apply clutch to shift gear from 1st to 2nd and from 2nd to 3rd a lot of your fuel gets burned without your knowledge. This is the key reason for very poor mileage on lower gears 9-10kmpl Search google for Renault Triber real user review Average mileage 9 to 10.5 kmpl to know about 15 issues that I found.If your daily driving condition is in moderate to heavy traffic or on hilly areas, what you will get will be around 10kmpl. Custom Tuning the engine for optimal performance cannot be done as it requires a software update from Renault.

  • 5.0

    I did a test drive of the vehicle. Powerful engine. We were 6 people on board, with AC on, pulled easily in 2 gear from 7kmph. 35 to 100+ in 4th gear was also easy. Most important thing is it is not kwid"s 1 litre engine. Its an ENERGY innovation combined with dual vvt. Intelligent gear ratios maintain optimum rpms throught the rev range. Ride and handling is a benchmark. Renault was supplying engines to Rolls Royce. In india, Renault-Nissan provide engines to Benz A class vehicle. Think about their potential. Triber is a superb car. Well done Renault

  • 4.3

    SUV look...Premium feel...Ac vents in all the rows ....spacious .....use I as 2 seater....3..seater...4..seater..5 seater...6....or 7....seater....good ground clearance ....now Available in Automatic shift..also with dual tone...great superb...real game changer

  • 3.7

    I am using my car in my daily routine. I always go my office from triber. Daily up down 40 km. there is no space for cng. Only 82 ltr. Boot space with 7 seater. Average is 13 kmpl. in city and highway is 16-18. Car performance in best in city and highway.

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  • Moonlight Silver
  • Metal Mustard
  • Ice Cool White
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Petrol (5 years) Rs. 10,170
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Renault Triber FAQs

What is the price of Renault Triber Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Renault Triber is 7.22 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Renault Triber?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Renault Triber is 20 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Triber.

What is the EMI of Renault Triber in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Renault Triber in Delhi is Rs. 9,653 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Renault Triber?

The top 3 competitors of Renault Triber are Maruti Ertiga, Datsun GO Plus and Tata Altroz.

What is the boot space in Renault Triber?

The boot space in Renault Triber is 84 L. View full specification of Triber

What is the ground clearance of Renault Triber?

The ground clearance of Renault Triber is 182mm.

What are the best financing options for Renault Triber?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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