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Likes & Dislikes of Renault Triber
Things We Like
- Practicality: Apart from modular seating, features like a cooled central glovebox, separate air vents for the second row as well as third row, and loads of cubby holes make it a practical car.
- Boot space: A capacity of 625 litres with five seats can put even compact sedans to shame.
- Modular seating: Triber can be turned into a two-seater, four-seater, five-seater, six-seater or even a seven-seater vehicle. Its middle row can also slide forward and backward.
- Looks: While looks are subjective, Renault should be given credit for designing a sub-4m MPV that doesn’t look awkward from any angle.
- Will soon be available in with an AMT automatic and a turbocharged petrol engine.
Things We Don't Like
- Engine: The 1.0-litre engine that puts out 72PS of maximum power might feel underpowered with a full load of passengers.
- No diesel engine option: A practical car like the Triber begs to be driven over long distances. Buyers with such a requirement might miss the option of a frugal diesel engine.
- Missing features: No automatic climate control, steering-mounted audio controls, alloy wheels or foglamps.
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