Renault is waiting for a rush for the new Renault TriberJuly 9, 2019
The novelty will enter the Indian market in early August. The official debut of the seven-seater compact van has already passed: it was organized in New Delhi.
The French company Renault has prepared a new model for its Indian customers – the Renault Triber compact van. With him, the automaker is going to significantly improve its sales in India by 2022. The novelty is based on the same platform as the cross-hatch Renault Kwid and Datsun redi-GO. In addition, the new Triber has a lot in common with Datsun Cross, which caused a real stir in a number of Asian countries. Autoexperts do not exclude that Triber will be more popular than its “brother”.
So, Renault Triber gets increased dimensions. Hence – a spacious and comfortable lounge, as well as the largest trunk in its class – 625 liters (in the five-seater version).
The appearance of the Triber is fully consistent with the brand’s new corporate identity: the traditional for the latest models of the radiator grille, the original head optics, which forms a very effective tandem with DRL. Also, the novelty was equipped with a protective plastic body kit along the entire perimeter of the body, grown wheel arches and silver lining on the bumpers. A front-wheel compact van with a 73-hp liter gasoline engine will be brought to India. In a couple he will be offered 5-speed manual transmission or robotized. Price is another competitive advantage of the new product. According to preliminary data, off-road compact van from Renault will cost in the range of 450,000 – 590,000 rupees
Meanwhile, the new Chevrolet Monza on the Lacetti platform caused a real stir in China. Local auto-experts associate such interest of buyers to the model with an increased guarantee – up to eight years or 160,000 kilometers.
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