2021 Renault Triber gets more features

    2021 Triber prices start at Rs 5.30 lakh; top variant gets dual-tone paint shade option; other variants get additional equipment.

    Published On Mar 12, 2021 02:57:00 PM


    2021 Renault Triber gets more features

    The Renault Triber has been updated for 2021, bringing with it additional features and new dual-tone colours on the fully-loaded Triber RxZ. Prices for the updated Triber start at Rs 5.30 lakh and go up to Rs 7.82 lakh (ex-showroom ,Delhi).

    • Dual-tone variants get black finished roof and wing mirrors
    • Triber RxT now gets wing mirror mounted turn indicators and steering mounted controls
    • RxZ trims get height-adjustable driver’s seat
    • Available in a new Cedar Brown paint shade

    2021 Renault Triber: what’s new?

    The 2021 update brings with it some minor tweaks to the equipment list of the Triber. The compact 7-seater is now equipped with a much required dual horn as standard. While its RxL variants remains relatively unchanged, the Triber RxT now packs in steering mounted audio controls and wing mirror mounted turn signals.

    The RxZ gets the notable addition of a height adjustable driver’s seat and the option of a black finished roof and wing mirrors. The contrast finished roof costs a premium of Rs 17,000 over the standard RxZ. Also new to the Triber is a Cedar Brown paint shade.

    There are no changes to the engine line-up, with the car continuing to be offered with the sole 72hp, 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, paired with either a 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.

    2021 Renault Triber: competition check

    Coming to its rivals, the Triber’s closest rival is the Datsun Go+ (Rs 4.25-6.99 lakh), which occupies a similar niche in the market. In terms of its pricing, the Triber can be seen as an alternative to  hatchbacks such as the recently updated Maruti Suzuki Swift (Rs 5.73-8.41 lakh), Ford Figo (Rs 5.64-7.09 lakh*) and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios (Rs 5.19-7.86 lakh*), as well as a more budget-friendly alternative to larger MPVs, such as the Maruti Ertiga (Rs 7.69-10.47 lakh).

    The Triber is also due to receive a mechanical upgrade with the introduction of the 100hp, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine from the Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite. The Kiger turbo-petrol was initially expected to arrive last year, but the launch was delayed as Renault wanted to introduce the unit first in the Kiger.

    All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi

    *Petrol prices only

    Also see:

    2021 Renault Kiger review, test drive

    Renault Kiger deliveries begin

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