Renault Triber is one of the most popular compact 7-seater in the country. This honest review by a Doctor-turned-Politician captures the reasons for that.
A Doctor-Politician from AAP reviews his Renault Triber in this video. The Triber owner seems extremely satisfied with his vehicle, as is evident in the visuals. Triber has garnered a ton of interest from customers in India ever since its launch. The prime reasons for this are its practicality and affordability. There just isn’t such an all-around product in the market at this price point. The Politician was also taken aback by the prospect the Triber offers when he visited the showroom. Having driven the car for over 7,500 km already, he shares his honest opinions.
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Doctor-Politician of AAP Reviews His Renault Triber
The owner has already given cars like Maruti WagonR, Alto, 800, Honda City and Tata Safari. In fact, he drives the Safari as his second car. He shares his experience with a YouTuber and tells him that his daily running is approximately 50 km. This is sufficient to give a detailed opinion about the car. He is most impressed by the comfort and convenience of owning a car with an AMT transmission. He generally has a driver to drive his other cars but he prefers to drive the Triber himself due to that reason. The added convenience of service is particularly helpful in his professional life. He mentions that Renault had sent the employee to get the number plate fixed when he was busy in the OPD.
In terms of the driving experience, he finds the engine quite smooth, especially compared to his diesel-powered Tata Safari. Talking about the suspension, he mentions that while driving, if he misses some potholes on the road, he doesn’t feel tremendous jerks or thuds. This indicates a great suspension tuning and setup. For long journeys, his children take the rear seat and one of them also lies flat in the third row making full use of the 7-seat arrangement. One aspect that he particularly likes is the Bluetooth smartphone connectivity. Once the phone is connected wirelessly to the car, various functions could be automated like taking calls, navigation and browsing through music.
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He also mentions that he has not felt the engine of the Triber being underpowered at all. With the Renault Triber costing between Rs 5.76 lakh and Rs 8.72 lakh, ex-showroom, it is the most affordable 7-seat MPV in the country. Let us know your feelings about the video where the Doctor-Politician from AAP reviews his beloved Renault Triber.