Renault Triber

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Thread created in advance for the new Renault Triber, larger crossover version of the Kwid. /

Triber is Renault's 7-seater Kwid

French crossover offering expanded with a super-Kwid and will be revealed this week.

Renault has teased a new addition to its burgeoning crossover offering, which could have specific relevance to emerging market drivers.

The Renault Triber is a larger crossover version of the immensely popular Kwid. It shares the same CMF-A platform but features a stretched wheelbase.

A rather revealing teaser images details some clear Captur and Kadjar styling influences, including the clamshell bonnet and daytime LEDs, with the Triber understood to be strategically aimed at Renault’s BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) market customers.

What could make it quite appealing is the presence of a third row of seats – which are removable, to either prioritise passenger portability or luggage space.

The notion of an affordable compact crossover with three rows of seating has until now been a fleeting idea and Renault’s product planners have certainly analysed the business case and spotted an opportunity.

https://www.cars.co.za/motoring_news/triber-is-renaults-7-seater-kwid/46887/

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Renault Triber leaked ahead of launch

Thanks to BHPian rohitabc for sharing this with other enthusiasts.

The Renault Triber has been leaked just hours ahead of its launch. The car was captured on video during a rehearsal of the launch event. The video has since been taken down.

The Renault Triber (codenamed: RBC) is based on the CMF-A+ platform. It appears to have a 3-slat grille finished in black with chrome inserts and a Renault logo in the centre. It has wraparound headlights and a dual-tone front bumper with LED daytime running lights.

The Triber appears to have a high stance, flared wheel arches, a silver skid plate and is equipped with roof rails.

The Renault Triber could be powered by a 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine from the Kwid but with a higher state of tune. Transmission options might include a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT.

https://www.team-bhp.com/news/renault-triber-leaked-ahead-launch
 

cr@zydude

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Now why couldn't we rather get that 7 seater Duster concept. That would have been a real winner.
 

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New Renault Triber seven-seater revealed ... and it's coming to SA!

Renault has revealed its new Triber, a “value-for-money” seven-seater model that is scheduled to launch in South Africa at some point in 2020, slotting in above the Kwid and likely taking on the Datsun GO+.

The French firm says the Triber (which runs on the CMF-A platform) will be produced in Chennai and sold at a “competitive price” in the Indian market from the second half of 2019. It is described as a “joint project” between the firm's teams in India and France.

Interestingly, despite boasting seating for seven, the newcomer measures just 3 990 mm long (vehicles under four metres long attract a reduced excise duty in India) with a wheelbase of 2 636 mm, and tips the scales at just 947 kg. Renault claims it features the “largest boot capacity of its category” at 625 litres when in five-seater configuration (with the third row entirely removed).

“Renault Triber was conceived, developed and produced in India, for Indian customers first, before we take it to the world. It is a real game-changer,” said Thierry Bolloré, CEO of Groupe Renault.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/new-renault-triber-seven-seater-revealed-and-its-coming-to-sa/

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New 7-Seat Renault Triber Revealed

Renault has revealed the new 7-seat Triber crossover in Delhi, India. Take a look at the details below...

Renault is expanding its burgeoning crossover offering with the new Triber, which is based on a modified version of the CMF-A platform which underpins the popular Kwid hatchback and will compete against rivals such as the Suzuki Ertiga, Honda BR-V and Toyota Avanza.

Standing less than 4-metres in length, the Triber shares some design inspiration with the familiar Captur and Kadjar, including the clamshell bonnet and daytime LEDs, with the Triber understood to be strategically aimed at Renault’s BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) market customers. The Triber will be produced in India and Renault South Africa has confirmed that it's due to arrive in South Africa in 2020.

Local pricing and specification will be confirmed closer to launch in 2020.

https://www.cars.co.za/motoring_news/new-7-seat-renault-triber-revealed/46887/

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Renault reveals Triber, a budget 7-seater that's coming to SA

Renault is entering the budget MPV market with its first-ever Triber, and it is anticipated to hit local shores in 2020, according to Renault South Africa.

Based on the company’s CMF-A architecture that also underpins the Kwid, the Triber was primarily designed for the Indian market. It measures just under four metres in length and is said to offer comfortable seating for up to seven adults. With all three rows in place, boot space is limited to 84 litres, but the boot will swallow 625 litres in five-seat configuration.

The cabin offers all the gadgets you could want at this level, including a 20.3cm Media Nav touchscreen infotainment system, hands-free Smart Access Card and digital instrument cluster.

The Triber is powered by Renault’s familiar 1-litre, three-cylinder normally aspirated petrol engine, which produces 53kW and 95Nm. It can be mated to either a five-speed manual or automated transmission.

Like its smaller Kwid cousin, the Triber has a chunky, SUV inspired design and above-average ground clearance of 182mm, which will make it suitable for rougher dirt roads.

https://www.iol.co.za/motoring/latest-launches/renault-reveals-triber-a-budget-7-seater-thats-coming-to-sa-26692900
 

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The Toyota Avanza's kerb weight starts at 1074kg.

How do they measure 625l of luggage space in a sub-4m vehicle with the third row of seats removed ?
 

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Renault Triber

Renault revealed Triber, a world-first vehicle designed and produced for the Indian market and an entirely new ultra-modular, modern and value-for-money model. Renault Triber is a compact vehicle (less than 4 metres long) offering unbeatable flexibility. It can carry one to seven people and features the largest boot capacity of its category in five-seater configuration.

"India is a key market for Groupe Renault. We are still young to India, yet our ambitions are high in line with our "Drive the Future" strategic plan: we aim at doubling our sales by 2022. For that reason, we are bringing Renault Triber, another breakthrough concept, targeted for Indian's core market. Renault Triber was conceived, developed and produced in India, for Indian customers first, before we take it to the world. It is a real game-changer." Thierry Bolloré, CEO of Groupe Renault.

https://www.netcarshow.com/renault/2020-triber/

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