Photos: Renault Captur ready for March launch
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The Renault Captur promises the expressive styling and driving position of an SUV, the cabin space and modular interior of an MPV, and the agility and driving enjoyment of a compact saloon car.
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The combination of its compact volumes, raised ground clearance, large-diameter wheels and sill guards will enable it to take every aspect of everyday motoring in its stride, says Renault.
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Renault Captur will be manufactured at Renault’s Valladolid plant in Spain and will be unveiled at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show in March.
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Renault Captur is based on the same platform as New Clio.
It delivers best-level dynamics, from road holding to engine response and agile handling, the company claims.
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The petrol and diesel engines available for the model benefit from latest Renault technologies and will return best-in-class fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, starting from as low as 96g/km.
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Despite its compact footprint (length: 4m12), Renault Captur comes with spacious interiors underpinned by the forward position of its windscreen and its generous interior dimensions.
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Its colourful cabin is warm and relaxing, and this first impression is reinforced by a selection of interior customisation solutions founded on a choice of colours and motifs for the different trim features.
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Renault Captur also boasts the appointments and comfort refinements expected of an MPV, such as a high-up driving position, large boot, modular interior and innovative stowage solutions.
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The standard Renault Captur will have an equipment specification worthy of that of the next segment up, including hands-free entry, hill start assist and rear parking sensors.
- 11 of 11Also available will be the new, connected, in-dash Renault R-Link touchscreen multimedia tablet, plus a system that comprises six loudspeakers, Bluetooth connectivity, audio-streaming and Arkamys hi-fi sound.