The upcoming new Renault Triber is based on Keid


The upcoming new Renault Triber is based on Keid

Renault has confirmed that its upcoming Keid-based MPV will be called Triber. The car has been tested for spies many times and is expected to be launched in the second half of 2019. The upcoming Renault Triber MPV will be based on an improved version of Kwid’s KMF-A platform. Due to mandatory safety regulations, Triber will be equipped with ABS (Antilock Braking System) and EBD, dual front airbags, rear parking sensors, driver seat belt reminders, and speed alarm systems. Renault Triber is expected to gain momentum from the realigned Kwid 1.0-liter gasoline engine. The upcoming Renault Triber is expected to be launched in the Indian market, with prices ranging from rupees. Between 550 million and 80,000 rupees (front exhibition hall), no direct competition will make it unique. More details about Triber are expected to be announced soon, so stay tuned for this space.

Triber, code-named RBC, has been found in camouflage tests several times in the past few months. Due to its outline, the RBC can be either a compact MPV or a practical advanced hatchback, more like the Honda Jazz. Triber’s name reveals the image of five people, each with a surfboard, which means it can be a 5-seat, spacious enough to carry a surfboard. Triber may have spacious cabin space and modular seating.

Renault’s Triber was once again snooped in the low-profile version. The lower-profile cars seen here can be seen wearing a set of projector headlights, steel wheels instead of alloy wheels, and can be post-washed and wiped. Triber is also expected to receive a number of features, such as infotainment systems for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, climate control, and rear parking cameras. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensor, front seat belt warning and over speed warning system. Triber uses Kwid’s CMF-A platform. Although engine options have not yet been confirmed, we expect Kwid’s 1.0-liter engine or Micra’s 1.2-liter engine to work under the hood. Triber is expected to be launched by the end of June 2019. The price is expected to rise from Rs 500,000 to Rs 75,000.

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