Renault has released the Renault Triber Limited Edition to commemorate the occasion, with prices starting at Rs Rs 7.24 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This limited-edition model is based on the second-to-last RxT variation and comes in both manual and automatic transmission options.
In India, Renault has introduced a new special edition form of its Triber MPV. Furthermore, the French automaker stated that the Renault Triber MPV has sold one lakh units in India.
- Triber Limited Edition gets new wheels and two dual-tone colors.
- Fresh upholstery and a piano black finish on the dashboard have been added to the interior.
- It’s Rs 28,000 more expensive than the RxT model on which it’s based.
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What’s new with the Renault Triber Limited Edition?
The Triber Limited Edition comes with Akaza cloth upholstery and a new piano black dashboard trim. Black inside door handles is also included. The Tribe’s equipment list, on the other hand, remains untouched.
In order to explain the higher price tag on the limited edition Renault Triber, the French automaker has introduced two new dual-tone colors: Moonlight Silver with Black Roof and Cedar Brown with Black Roof.
Aside from that, the Renault Triber’s new limited edition variant gets a new set of 14-inch flex wheels. The Renault Triber limited edition gets a new piano black dashboard trim and Akaza fabric upholstery, as well as black inside door knobs to match the dashboard’s piano black accent.
LED headlights, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, keyless enter and go, power-adjustable wing mirrors, digital instrument cluster, AC vents in all three rows, push-button start/stop, four airbags, a reverse parking camera, and more are all standard.
Furthermore, the powertrain stays the same, with the same tried-and-true 1.0-liter 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine producing 71.01bhp and 96Nm of peak torque. A 5-speed manual transmission and a 5-speed automatic manual transmission are available as gearbox options for the new limited-edition Renault Triber (AMT).
Aside from that, the Renault Triber is one of the safest 7-seater vehicles available in the country today, with a 4-Star safety rating for Adult Occupant Protection. In addition, the Renault Triber AMT gearbox special edition model costs Rs 7.76 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
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Renault Triber Limited Edition Thoughts
The Renault Triber is one of India’s safest automobiles, with 4-Star safety certification and a long list of standard equipment. This makes the Renault Triber a good option for anyone seeking a big family car. The limited-edition variation does not add any features to the MPV, but it does give it a more distinctive appearance “as read and reported by www.drivespark.com”.