Renault India has announced that the Captur SUV will be updated to comply with BS6 norms ahead of the April 1, 2020 deadline. The carmakerwill pull the plug on the diesel variants of the Captur in 2020 as the 1.5-litre diesel engine will not be updated to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. Hence, the Captur will be a petrol-only SUV once updated to BS6.
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65% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Driver"s car- Captur your heartI have taken a test ride of the car nearly 10 times and purchased RXT DIESEL recently. This car has amazing road presence, high ground clearance, good off-road ability without 4 wheel drive and good features. The reason why it"s not selling much because of its pricing, fewer features as compared to rivals, very less resale and poor after sales and service (Service purely depends on how we interact with them its not a deal breaker). It has crossover design which is very stylish but everyone doesn"t like as it compared to traditional boxy SUV and also dashboard layout and touch screen not that great but it"s good enough. But confidently I can say who passionate about driving they know the value of capture it"s a driver"s car amazing ride quality and comfort, very good pickup, excellent suspension, sufficient space for five people, good legroom, good storage space and high driving position like real SUV, got 4star rating. Because of its crossover design body roll is almost negligible even at high speeds very stable at cornering as well. The final word who are not looking for resale just go for it will enjoy each and every moment with the Captur it"s really Captur your sense. Best all rounder for city, highway and offroading. Its give feel of a sedan as well because of its lengthy dashboard. Comparison: Creta very good car features rich but no offroad ability. Nissan kicks the latest interiors but the same capture platform and pricier. Duster same platform as captur but old. Do remember each and every product has its own pros and cons but finally deciding factor will be your needs and budget one major thing to remember we are purchasing cars not for features list or for entertainment.
Hi, Guys, it"s my second feedback on Captur. Its completed 6k on the odometer, Excellent drive quality, very good bad road ability, excellent suspension, Excellent cornering stability. I can say who passionate about driving they know the value of capture it"s a driver"s car amazing ride quality and comfort, very good pickup, excellent suspension, sufficient space for five people, good legroom, good storage space and high driving position like real SUV n cofort like a sedan. Because of its crossover design body roll is almost negligible even at high speeds very stable at cornering as well. The best all-rounder for city, highway, and offroading. Amazing ride, handling and stability in a single car. Overall am getting mileage in city 13 to 16 and on highways 17 to 21km/l for now. The only negligible draback cluch is little hard for bumper to bumper traffic, may be interior space n plastic quality could have been better as per it"s wheelbase n price.
Renault captur RXT petrol with amazing features and affordable price.Hi, I am selling my car since I am not using it much though. Planning to take a hatchback. My car has been driven only 15400km in 2 years. Car is in a very good condition. It has an amazing Design with robust engine. It's smooth, spacious and much better performance than Hyundai creta. I am sure you won't get such kind of a car at such a good price that I have given.
Hi guys this is my 3rd review. I ha e done 10k on odo. Once again I will tell you that one of the best car ever. Good mileage, good pickup, amazing performance, best ride, handling, stability and best offroad capability. Excellent car in this segment.
It's not a duster in different shape..new styling with good interiors top notch 5 star safety front and back airbags autoclimste a/c near 20 mileage after first service boot space makes it a great utilitarian .
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