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Which is the most economical model of this 7-seater car which is cheaper than 6 lakhs? Make your own decision in 2 minutes

New Delhi.
One of the cheapest 7 seater car in the country Renault Triber (Renault Triber) has become expensive. The company has increased its prices from Rs 19,000 to Rs 29,800. However, the prices have been increased differently on different variants. After the increased prices, its starting Delhi ex-showroom has now gone up to Rs 5.69 lakh, which goes up to Rs 8.25 lakh on its top end variant. Today we are going to tell you about the new and old prices of all the variants of Renault Triber. So let’s have a look…

Variants of Renault Triber New Delhi ex-showroom price Used Delhi ex-showroom price how much did it cost
RXE Rs 5,69,000 Rs 5,50,000 Rs 19,000
RXL Rs 6,41,000 Rs 6,13,200 Rs 27,800
RXL EasyR AMT Rs 6,93,000 Rs 6,63,200 Rs 29,800
RXT Rs.6,96,000 Rs 6,68,200 Rs 27,800
RXT EasyR AMT Rs 7,48,000 Rs 7,18,200 Rs 29,800
RXZ Rs 7,56,000 Rs 7,28,200 Rs 27,800
RXZ EasyR AMT Rs.8,08,000 Rs 7,28,200 Rs 29,800
RXZ DT Rs 7,73,000 Rs 7,45,200 Rs 27,800
RXZ Easy RDT AMT Rs 8,25,000 Rs 7,95,200 Rs 29,800

Renault Triber has a 999 cc, 3-cylinder, petrol engine. Its engine generates maximum power of 72 PS at 6250 rpm and peak torque of 96 Nm at 3500 rpm. Its engine is equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox. This 7-seater car gives mileage of up to 19 kmpl.

Its length is 3990 mm, width is 1739 mm and height is 1643 mm. At the same time, its wheelbase is 2636 mm and ground clearance is 182 mm. It gets a fuel tank of 40 liters.

Reno launched its 2021 version in April last year, in which some new features were included. After removing the third row, the customers get a boot space of 625-litres, which is the highest among the vehicles coming in this segment. After removing the third row, it would have got a 5-seater setting. It has been provided with 4-airbags for safety.

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