The Renault Triber has been fairly successful for what it is. A practical, spacious and well loaded MPV at a budget is what it has going for it. Recently, it even scored 4 stars in the global ncap crash test which further strengthened its case. Renault is now planning to make some major changes to the entire Triber lineup. The variants are going to be renamed and are also going to see some deletion and addition in terms of features. Expect the price announcement for the new variants soon. Let’s take a look at the variant wise changes:
The RXE remains more or less the same in the lineup. The only changes are the side body sill being body-coloured as opposed to being black before. The ‘energy’ badge from the tailgate has been deleted as well not just for the RXE, but the entire lineup.
The RXE+ variant replaces the previous RXL variant. It gets major feature deletions such as A/C vents from the second and third rows, cooled cupholders from the centre console, chrome garnish for the front grille, side body decals, chrome surround for the instrument cluster and plastic seat rail covers. The dashboard now comes in a plain matte black finish instead of a gloss black finish. The ORVMs are now painted black instead of body colour. However, it gets some new features as well such as roof rails and rear power windows. The side body sill is now body-coloured instead of black and it also gets a chrome finish around the A/C vents.
The RXL+ trim replaces the RXT trim. The Outside Rear View Mirrors which were previously finished in body colour get a new Mystery black paint finish. Like all other trims, the black side body sill is now finished in body colour. Features such as cooled glove box, driver side seatback pocket, blacked-out B-pillar, Eco scoring mode from the infotainment system and chrome surround for the instrument cluster have been deleted.
The RXZ variant gets replaced by the RXT+ variant. The gear knob gets a new design in terms of new additions. The variant sees deletion of eco scoring mode from the infotainment system, black cladding for the B-Pillar and plastic trim on the door armrest instead of fabric finish.