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Renault Captur prices start at Rs. 10.00 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 11.46 lakh. The prices of Captur diesel variants start at Rs. 11.00 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 13.25 lakh. Renault Captur is available in 7 variants and 12 colours.
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- Diesel (4 Variants)
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The claimed ARAI mileage for the Renault Captur petrol is 13 kmpl, and for the Renault Captur diesel is 20 kmpl.
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Renault Captur Highlights
Renault Captur is premium SUV from the French Automaker Renault which is offered in the price range of Rs 9.99-13.88 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The principal highlight of Renault Captur is its stylish demeanour which is unlike anything that we have witnessed on Indian roads. Slip inside the cabin and you will be delighted with quality and layout of the interiors. Dual-tone seats have their own charm and the same is true for the sporty Steering Wheel with mounted controls. In fact, interiors of Renault Captur have the feel of a cockpit which goes very well with the premium theme of the car. Renault Captur comes powered by a 1.5-liter petrol and a 1.5-liter diesel engine capable of putting out 106PS/142Nm and 110PS/240Nm respectively; both motors mated to 6-speed manual transmission. In India, the Renault Captur is up against the likes of Hyundai Creta and Jeep Compass among others.
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Talking about the design, the front includes a sculpted bonnet with a deep-set grille. The front bumper houses C-shaped DRLs and a skid plate at the bottom. Black skid plates run along the length of the car to give it that rugged look. The 17-inch alloy wheels are a size larger than the Duster’s and on par with those of the Creta. Over to the rear, the split tail lamps feature LED elements. There’s the usual skid plate here as well, that rounds off the Captur’s look nicely.
The Captur is a 5-seater SUV just like its sibling. The 437-litre boot, though, is a touch smaller than that of the Duster and the Creta. The rear bench gets a 60:40 split that takes the cargo volume up to 1200 litres. The feature list includes the usual feel-good goodies such as automatic climate control, rear AC vents and a touchscreen infotainment system. Sadly, there’s no Android Auto or Apple CarPlay on offer. On the safety front, the Captur gets dual airbags and ABS with EBD as standard. The top-spec Platine variant gets four airbags and safety tech such as Hill Assist and Traction Control.
The Captur shares powertrains with the Renault Duster. Engine options include Renault’s tried-and-tested 1.5-litre diesel, and 1.5-litre petrol. The diesel is available in a single 110PS/245Nm tune, and with a 6-speed manual gearbox only. The petrol, on the other hand, gets a 5-speed manual transmission. It’s key to note that there are no automatic variants of the Captur on sale. That said, we do expect Renault to launch a petrol-CVT model. We’ve tested the diesel Captur, and found that it had quite the legs for the highway. It’s a bit cumbersome to drive inside the city, though. Fuel efficiency figures stood at 15.5kmpl inside the city, and 21.1kmpl on the highway. The Captur isn’t a particularly quick car either, taking a cool 13.54 seconds to reach 100kmph from a standstill.
Renault is offering the Captur in four variants, namely RXE, RXL, RXT and an India-specific Platine. The petrol engine can be had with the first three variants, whereas the top-spec variant is exclusively available with the diesel motor. Additionally, the top two trims - RXT and Platine can be had with a dual-tone paint scheme. If you need the most bang for buck, pick the RXL variant.
Renault Duster: The car that started it all, the Renault Duster is the only modern crossover in the segment to feature an AWD system. Its butch design, adequate space, CVT transmission (petrol), AMT (diesel) and all-weather ability make it score a lot of brownie points in the segment. Interior quality and limited service network make it less appealing.
Nissan Terrano: The Duster's better-looking cousin (for some), the Terrano suffers from being too overpriced for its own good. It does get a diesel AMT variant which is a good option for those looking for a convenient urban SUV.
Honda BR-V: Honda's offering in the segment is essentially a jacked up Mobilio with some mechanical changes to compensate for the raised stance. It is one of the only crossovers here that can seat seven people.
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross: Maruti's premium crossover suffers from the fact that it does not look like an SUV. It is a premium offering with a good amount of standard equipment, good space for five people and their luggage. Sadly, there's no 1.6-litre diesel any more.
Hyundai Creta: The Hyundai Creta might be a vanilla package, but that doesn’t stop it from being a potent one. It’s got the mix of looks, features and drivability which ensures thousands throng the showrooms. The waiting periods can get annoying though, so be warned!
The Captur’s trump card is the dollop of style it brings to the table. It’s a likeable SUV, but you will need some time to warm up to it. If it had a little more space and been easier to drive inside the city, it would have been a no-brainer recommendation.
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