Renault Triber Limited Edition launched at Rs 7.24 lakh

    The new Triber Limited Edition is based on the second-from-top RxT variant, costing an additional Rs 28,000.

    Published On Feb 18, 2022 06:46:00 PM


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    The Renault Triber was launched in August 2019, and within two and half years, the Triber has crossed the one-lakh sales milestone in India.

    To mark the occasion, Renault has launched the Triber Limited Edition, prices for which start from Rs Rs 7.24 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This special edition model is based on the second-from-top RxT variant and is available in both manual and AMT versions.

    • Triber Limited Edition gets two dual-tone shades and new wheels
    • Interior updated with fresh upholstery and a piano black finish on the dashboard
    • Costs Rs 28,000 more than the RxT variant it's based on

    Renault Triber Limited Edition: what’s new?

    The Triber Limited Edition is available in two dual-tone shades  Moonlight Silver with black roof and Cedar Brown with black roof. Additionally, it also rides on a new pair of 14-inch flex wheels.

    On the inside, the Triber Limited Edition gets Akaza fabric upholstery and a new piano black trim for the dashboard. It also gets black interior door handles. The equipment list on the Triber, however, remains unchanged.

    It still comes pretty well equipped with features such as LED DRLs, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, keyless entry and go, power adjustable wing mirrors, digital instrument cluster, AC vents in all three rows, push-button start/stop, four airbags, reverse parking camera and more.

    Under the hood, the Triber Limited Edition continues with its 72hp, 96Nm, 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine. Both the 5-speed manual and AMT gearboxes are offered here on the Limited Edition model. The AMT variant is priced at Rs 7.76 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    Do you like the cosmetic treatment that has been meted out to the Triber Limited Edition? Let us know in the comments below.

    Also See:

    Renault Duster production ends in India after almost a decade

    Renault India crosses 1 lakh unit export milestone

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