Renault Captur: An In Depth Review
Renault Captur was introduced at the motor show in Geneva in 2013. The car has been created on the basis of the Clio and Micra platform. It has much in common with Nissan Juke.
Renault Captur is 4.12 m long. The car’s body and bumper are protected by special finish cover. The model also has low 16- and 17-inch tires. The boot mat is made of plastic and nappy. Renault Captur has a smooth and complete form. It boasts with comfort, reliability and dynamics proved by sharply inclined windshield.
The model is available with a choice of various colors of upholstery, wheels and roof. One can choose types of inserts in the seats. You will be impressed by two-tone paint finish with contrasting roof.
The car is provided with a choice of 0.9-liter and 1.2-liter petrol turbo engines with 90 and 120 h.p. respectively which consume less fuel. It is also equipped with two gearboxes: five-speed manual and robotic ones. The torque is 135 and 190 Nm.
The European version has a 1.5-liter turbo diesel with a five-speed manual gearbox. Soon the company is going to represent a manual and EDC version. There is also a fuel efficient 4.6-liter diesel engine.
The crossover can be supplied with a Car Kit, keyless entry, engine start button, cruise control, Bluetooth and USB ports, ABS. The Captur model boasts with dynamics, spaciousness, practicality and durability.