The Triber is available with just one engine option, a 1.0-litre unit, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine develops 72PS of maximum power and 96Nm of peak torque. The Triber’s 1.0-litre petrol engine is less powerful than the engines used on cars like the Maruti Suzuki Swift and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, prices of which start from around the same mark as the Triber.
The Triber’s USP lies in its cabin space. It is equipped to offer seating to seven people while being under 4m in overall length. Apart from offering a spacious cabin, the Triber also offers the flexibility to turn it into a two-, four- or six-seater. The Triber’s boot volume of 625 litres with five seats up makes it one of the most spacious luggage carriers in the sub-4m space.
Talk of features, and the Triber’s top variant gets an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, twin AC vents for both second and third rows and four airbags. Features like rear parking sensors and ABS make up the list of standard features on offer.
The Triber is available in 5 exterior colour options: mustard, blue, red, silver and white. Given that it measures under 4m in overall length and is priced starting from Rs 4.95 lakh, the Triber doesn’t have a direct rival apart from the Datsun GO+, prices of which start from Rs 3.87 lakh and go up to Rs 5.94 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).