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SEE: Test-driving the Renault Triber 7-seater AMT

Last updated on: August 27, 2020 10:35 IST

Rajesh Karkera test-drives the Renault Triber AMT, a 7-seater for the easy rider in you. 

The Renault Triber AMT, an inconspicuous car which didn't create a buzz when it was first launched in September 2019, still managed to sell 20,000 units before the year was over.

The first launch was the crossover's manual version. 


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And now Renault has launched the AMT version of its versatile 7-seater family car, which is exactly the same as the manual version but for the AMT gearbox.

The Renault Triber AMT

IMAGE: The Renault Triber AMT. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera /

I say a family car for the sole reason that this vehicle successfully does what it's supposed to. Take you places, in comfort.

A sub-4 metre MPV for people of all ages to travel in.

A well-priced car which, when you compare its features with the price, does not seem like a bad deal at all.

Positioned below the Maruti Ertiga, this is one hassle-free car for the tame, non-speeding type of individual.

We test drove the car extensively in Mumbai's traffic conditions and here's what we think.

WATCH: The Triber AMT review. Video Production: Hitesh Harisinghani/

Rajesh Karkera in Mumbai