Triber Vs Kiger
The automotive market seems to be dominated by SUVs in South Africa. South Africans love the style and flexibility, the practical dimensions, and the ability to fit in at the mall or on the roads. As much as we love our hatchbacks, the SUVs continue to lead.
Both are new on the market and feature modern good looks and well-appointed interiors. Yet, for all their similarities, the Kiger and the Triber are different cars that offer specific lifestyle benefits and will appeal to various buyers.
The Kiger is a spacious five-seater with three trim levels, naturally aspirated 52kW or turbo 74kw engines and manual or CVT transmission – giving you six options. Boot space is a generous 405L that extends to 879L with folded rear seats.
Kiger Vs Triber: price, luggage capacity and warranty
The most affordable option starts at under R230 000, while the top trim turbo CVT is just above R319 000. It comes with a 5-year/150 000 warranty and a 3 Year 45 000km service plan.
The Renault Triber is a spacious, funky, fun SUV, ideal for a young professional or a young family.
Although more or less the same in dimensions as the Kiger, the Triber is an entirely different car and will be bought for its unique features by customers. However, it has an equally impressive range of features as the Kiger, with more flexibility.
The basic Triber is a 5-seater with a massive 625-litre boot. Click on the easy-fit seats, and it becomes a seven-seater for people with large families.
The Triber starts at a slightly lower price than the Kiger, and even the top of the four options is well under R250 000. It comes with a naturally aspirated 1-litre petrol that gives you 52kW. It comes with a 5-year/150 000 warranty and a 2 Year 30 000 km service plan.
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