Earlier this year, the Renault Triber has been updated With some new features and new paint options. now, Renault Another update has been launched, removing several features and some comprehensive minor updates, while adding some. Renault also revised the nomenclature of variants for MPVs below 4m. Let’s take a closer look at all the updates.
- All trimming saw several features removed
- The update is effective for bookings after August 2021
- Expected to launch a 1.0-liter turbo gasoline version soon
Renault Triber: What’s new?
So far, the Renault Triber There are four decorations to choose from-RXE, RXL, RXT and RXZ. First, Renault revised the names of the various variants. Although the basic RXE remains unchanged, RXL, RXT and RXZ have now been modified to RXE+, RXL+ and RXT+ respectively. Let’s take a closer look at what is added and deleted for each individual trim.
2021 Renault Triber RXE
Triber’s basic RXE decoration saw minimal modifications. The only major update is that the side under the door sill of the body will now be available in body color instead of the previous black finish. RXE decoration also saw the removal of the “energy” logo from the tailgate, which is consistent with all other decorations.
2021 Renault Triber RXE+ (previously Triber RXL)
The second basic RXE+ trim (previously RXL) saw the largest feature removed. This mainly includes the air-conditioning outlets in the second and third rows, the cooling cup holder in the center console, the chrome decoration of the front grille, the side body decals, the chrome surround of the instrument panel and the plastic seat rail cover. In addition, the exterior mirrors and door handles of the same body color are now matte black. The bright black tone on the dashboard is also treated with pure matte black.
On the bright side, Renault has added roof rails and power windows to the second row. The side under the door sill of the body, which was previously finished in black, is now the body color. Finally, the satin trim around the side air-conditioning outlets is now chrome-plated.
2021 Renault Triber RXL+ (previously Triber RXT)
Continuing to use RXL+ decoration, the exterior rearview mirror, which was previously finished in body color, received a new mysterious black paint finish. As with all other trims, the black side under the door sill of the body now adopts the body color.
However, functions such as the cooling glove box, the driver’s seat back pocket, the black B-pillar, the eco-scoring mode of the infotainment system, and the chrome surround of the instrument panel have been removed.
2021 Renault Triber RXT+ (previously Triber RXZ)
The top-spec RXT+ trim inherits the mysterious black exterior mirrors of the RXL+ trim and the same-color side of the body under the body. The most significant upgrade to the RXT+ interior is the new design of the gear lever.
The RXT+ interior also removed the Eco scoring mode in the infotainment system and the black cladding of the B-pillar. More importantly, the fabric lining of the door armrests has been replaced with plastic trim.
Renault Triber: The price is expected to remain unchanged
Surprisingly, even with functional revisions, according to dealer sources, the price of Renault Triber is expected to remain unchanged. As of today, the price of the Renault Triber series ranges from Rs 550,000 to Rs 795,000. (Former showroom, Delhi)
The engine lineup has not changed either. Renault continues to use the only 72-horsepower, 1.0-liter three-cylinder gasoline engine with a 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.
Although the brand did not give a clear reason for the above variant changes, the source told us that due to rising input costs, it has been updated. Besides, as we reported a long time ago, Triber 1.0 liter turbo gasoline Over time, the interior and functions can be re-adjusted to create space for the new top-spec variant of the Triber equipped with a turbo-gasoline engine. The 1.0-liter turbo gasoline engine is the same as Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite compact SUV.
Renault Triber: competition check
The closest opponent of the Horde is Datsun+ (4.25-69.9 lakh), it occupies a similar position in the market.In terms of its pricing, Triber can be seen as an alternative to hatchbacks, such as Maruti Swift (Rs 573-841 lakhs), Ford Figo (Rs 564-70.9 lakh*) and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios (5.19 to 786,000 rupees*), and alternatives that are more economical than large MPVs, such as Maruti Ertiga (76.9-104.7 lakh rupees).
*All prices do not include the Delhi showroom.
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