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Renault Captur Review
Co2 Emissions - 117 (106 - 131) g/km
Tax Band - F - G
Insurance Group - 8E - 21D
0 to 62 mph - 8.6 - 14.4 secs
Engine Power - 95 - 155 BHP
Top Speed - 107 - 126 mph
The Captur is Renault's compact crossover featuing eye-catching exterior looks, practicality, low running costs and excellent customisation options with 90 different custom combinations and 11 paint colours
All models feature as standard alloy wheels, LED front fog lights, contrasting door mirrors/roof colour.
Front and rear electric windows, automatic headlights, rain sensing windscreen wipers and heated/electrically adjustable door mirrors are standard across the range.
Inside you get front and rear electric windows, DAB radio, Bluetooth music streaming and hands free calls, USB and AUX inputs. If you want the 7-inch touchscreen you'll need to skip the entry-level Play trim-level.
Entry-level Play models get manual air con, while all other models get automatic climate control.
Standard safety features across the range inlcude:
- Emergency brake assist
- Directional stability control
- Driver & front passenger airbags
- Front head/chest lateral airbags
- ABS with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
- Tyre pressure monitoring and Tyre inflation kit
- ISOFIX child fixing point on front passenger and rear outermost seats
The new line-up of petrol and diesel engines deliver improved perfomance whilst at the same time returning better fuel economy figures and lower emissions.
Engines are available with manual and dual clutch automatic (DCT) gearboxes with power output ranging from 100 to 155 hp for petrol models and 95 to 115 hp for diesels powertrains.
All models get front and rear electric windows, cruise control with speed limiter. Entertainment and tech includes DAB radio, Bluetooth music streaming and hands free calls, USB and AUX inputs.
Entry-level Play trim doesn't have the 7-inch touchscreen so you'll need to skip it if that's a deal breaker.
All model get automatic climate control except for the entry-level Play models which gets manual air con.
Included is the touch pack (contrasting colour trim on the centre console, speakers, air vents and gear gaiter).
All trim-levels get alloy wheels, contrasting wing mirrors/roof and front LED fog lights as standard.
Customisation is a big feature of the Captur with 11 colours and lots of combinations/themes for the exterior/interior.
Technology as standard on all models:
- Cruise control with speed limiter
- Trip computer
- Stop/Start technology
- ABS with EBA (Emergency Brake Assist)
- Automatic headlights
- Rain sensing front windscreen wipers
- R.A.I.D (Renault Anti-Intruder alarm)
- ECO mode function
- ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
- Hill start assist
2020 Argus Small SUV Trophy
2017 Best Compact SUV at the 2017 Business Car Awards