Indian built it aims at emerging markets where the Triber’s practicality, pricing and not looking like a Tupperware bread container would be embraced.
It is quite sexy for an MPV and being only 3,99m long, yet with 7 seats is as a Houdini applause worthy bit of magic. Guesthouse needing to offer airport transfers for 5 or less guests should look closely. In the third-row guests under 1,83 metres would fit, but at the cost of luggage space. Frankly forget about performance and focus on innovation, heaps of standard features and mind-blowing space utility.
A best-in-class ground clearance of 182mm and SUV skid plates you allow safe commuting on terrible roads or rough terrain, while the compliant suspension quietly tolerates the punishment without squeaks or rattles. An endless range of seating configurations offers the ultra-flexibility of moving from a 5-seater to a 7-seater configuration in a wink.
In 5-seater mode, skinny fashion-conscious guests with massive luggage would appreciate the class-leading boot space of 625l.
All the standard features add value and includes upper-segment vehicle gadgets like a Reverse Camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, aircon vent controls within the 2nd and 3rd rows and Keyless Entry for hors d’oeuvres to start.
The tiny 1,0 litre engine is surprising being capable enough with the reward of exceptionally frugal fuel consumption at about 6,9 litres/ 100km in urban mode.
It is equipped with plenty of safety features, but still needs to pass the NCAP safety test.
Striking projector headlights, roof rails and LED daylight running lights, adds flair along with a 3-part ultra-modern triple edge chrome front grille and stylish Flex Wheels.