Renault India has finally introduced the AMT version of Triber in the Indian market. The sub-4 metre 7-seater car is available at starting price of Rs 6.18 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The manual version of revealed last year in August. Triber AMT was unwrapped at the Auto Expo 2020. Since then the fans were waiting for its official launch and its finally here.
The company offers the Triber AMT in three variants: RxL, RxT and RxZ. The details of the car were already revealed earlier. The company has already commenced the official bookings through Renault India’s website, the My Renault App and showrooms nationwide. The interested customers can visit the showroom for a test drive as well. The company will soon initiate the deliveries to its customers.
Below are the prices of Renault Triber variants:
Triber RXE MT: Rs 4.99 lakh
Triber RXL MT: Rs 5.78 lakh
Triber RXL AMT: Rs 6.18 lakh
Triber RXT MT: Rs 6.28 lakh
Triber RXT AMT: Rs 6.68 lakh
Triber RXZ MT: Rs 6.82 lakh
Triber RXZ AMT: Rs 7.22 lakh
The company has designed the car with 30 class-leading features. From the front, it looks bold and attractive with new headlap set up along with LED DRL’s and bumper. Some additional features include SUV skid plates, roof rails, electrically adjustable ORVMs and stylish looking flex wheels. The top-spec variants have some additional features as well. The AMT version features a rearview camera, start/stop button and Easyfix seats along with larger 625-litre boot space.
In terms of safety, the vehicle gets four airbags, three-point seatbelts for all seating rows, speed alert system, rear parking sensors and seatbelt reminder as standard. At the rear, it comes with, eagled tail lamps. The dash equips a larger 8-inch touchscreen MediaNav Evolution system, all-digital LED instrument cluster, dual AC with vents for the second and third rows, and 3D spacer fabric upholstery.
The power figures remain unchanged. The vehicle is still powered by a 1.0-litre naturally aspirated three-cylinder engine which delivers 72hp of max power and 96Nm of torque. The BS4 petrol version has also acclaimed ARAI-ratings for 20kpl mileage. However, the new engine is paired by the AMT gearbox.
The company will soon launch another version, Triber turbo which is likely to feature 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine producing 95hp power. Although, the launch can be scheduled after the current nationwide lockdown. The new Renault Triber AMT will rival against the likes of seven-seater Datsun Go+, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Maruti Suzuki Swift, and Ford Figo.
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