Renault Triber price hiked by up to Rs 13,000

    Prices for the Renault Triber now range from Rs 5.12 to 7.34 lakh (ex-showroom, India)

    Published On Sep 30, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    Renault Triber price hiked by up to Rs 13,000

    The Renault Triber’s price has gone up by as much as Rs 13,000 across all variants. The compact seven-seater is now priced from Rs 5.12 lakh to Rs 7.34 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    Renault Triber variant-wise price hike

    Renault Triber prices: Old vs New
    VariantsNew pricesOld pricesDifference
    RxERs 5,12,000Rs 4,99,000Rs 13,000
    RxLRs 5,89,500Rs 5,78,000Rs 11,500
    RxL AMTRs 6,29,500Rs 6,18,000Rs 11,500
    RxTRs 6,39,500Rs 6,28,000Rs 11,500
    RxT AMTRs 6,79,500Rs 6,68,000Rs 11,500
    RxZRs 6,94,500Rs 6,82,000Rs 12,500
    RxZ AMTRs 7,34,500Rs 7,22,000Rs 12,500

    Looking at individual variants, the base Triber RxE receives the largest hike in prices, at Rs 13,000. The mid-spec RxL and RxT have seen prices go up by Rs 11,500 while the fully-loaded RxZ is now dearer by Rs 12,500.

    There are no changes to the Triber in terms of equipment offered across each variant.

    Renault Triber: A brief overview

    Launched last year, the Triber is one of a few cars that offers seating for up to seven occupants while still keeping its footprint under four metres. A unique feature is the option to remove and stow the two seats that make up the third row to increase the luggage space as the situation demands.

    At the time of launch, the Triber was offered with a 1.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. This was further expanded to include an AMT gearbox option earlier this year following the introduction of the BS6-compliant model.

    The Triber is also expected to receive a more powerful 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine option.

    Renault Triber competitors

    The Triber’s closest rival is the Datsun Go+ which too offers seating for up to seven in a sub-4-metre footprint. Five-seat rivals include the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and the Ford Figo.

    With the revision in pricing, the Triber’s prices now start above the 1.2-litre petrol powered Grand i10 Nios (Rs 5.07-7.69 lakh)* though the Swift (Rs 5.19-8.02 lakh)* and petrol Figo (Rs 5.49-7.05 lakh)* have higher starting prices. The Datsun Go+ (Rs 4.20-6.90 lakh)* is the least expensive car here.

    *Ex-showroom, Delhi

    Also see:

    2019 Renault Triber review, test drive

    2020 Renault Triber AMT review, test drive

    Renault Triber long term review, third report



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