Renault has officially unveiled their seven-seater small MPV, the Renault Triber. Directly rivaling the Datsun Go+ MPV, the Renault Triber, like the Go+ measures under four meters in length. The Renault Triber is Based on a modified version of the Kwid’s CMF-A platform and resemblance the Renault Kwid but to differentiate itself from the shorter brother, the Renault Triber gets new headlights, a new grille, a sculpted clamshell bonnet, a squared-off rear section and an upright stance, which is further accentuated by the roof rails and 15-inch alloy wheels.
The inside of the Renault Triber is more modern, thanks to the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system which is larger than the ones found on the Kwid, Lodgy, Duster, and Captur. The Renault Triber also gets a 3.5-inch LCD screen in the instrument cluster. The infotainment system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. As MPVs go the Renault Triber comes with the third row of seats and a horizontally adjustable second row of seats that comes with a reclining and split folding function. The third row can be removed altogether to free up to 625 litres of boot space.
On the safety front, the Renault Triber gets dual front airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, and a speed warning system as standard. Higher variants of the Triber will get a reverse camera and two more airbags. Driving the Renault Triber is an upgraded version of the Kwid’s 1.0-litre (BR10), three-cylinder petrol engine mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT making 72hp and 96Nm of torque.