With the arrival of Duston Go plus, there starts the clash on a budget of the seven-seat model. And talking of rivalry, its main rival is Renault Triber. This French automobile has brought itself fortune in the market of India for itself. Now let’s have a comparison on each of these.
Taking a look at their exterior, we find that both approaches with the same idea. We see a glimpse of a traditional outfit on the Go plus. It is unique and iconic with respect to its competitor. Talking of their design, they have bug-eyed headlamps with floating rooflines. The Triber follows the heritage of Renault and As a creator of MPV. The Renault’s design is a great van design, but there comes a part of funkiness in them.
In terms of feature, both the cars stand equal. They have equal spacing, and best being the third row. Both have good AC and infotainment systems. They have both the folding and second and third rows. But due to adjustment features for the driver and storage across the cabin, triber gets the upper hand.
Talking about their powertrain, Renault Triber is run by a 1.0-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine producing 72bhp /96Nm. This engine is available with a five-speed manual transmission with an AMT arriving shortly. The Go Plus comes with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine producing 67bhp/104Nm. There is a five-speed manual or a CVT, the only car in this part of the market to offer such a setup.
Now, we shall understand, given the above facts, you can easily choose your companion beast.