Renault Captur 2016
Renault has just revealed a list of updates for the Renault Captur 2016, including a new powertrain
option, and exciting extras.
The time has come for the Captur to receive a well-deserve update. Fans of the crossover, will be
excited to learn that a new powertrain option has been added to the mix, making the vehicle
appealing to more people. On top of that, a special “Iconic Nav” edition has been announced, and a
variety of new extras, some of which will come as standard with the new model.
The Captur has been around since 2013; however, in that short time it has proved itself to be a
reliable crossover, and a serious contender on the market. Although, it’s not the most extravagant or
luxurious of vehicles, it’s perfect for those after something slightly larger, yet not quite as big as a full
Although, much hasn’t changed about the Captur appearance-wise, the crossover is back, with an
exciting new powertrain option. Customers will now be able to choose a 1.2-litre TCe 120 engine
with a six-speed manual gearbox. It’s not the most powerful engine out there; however, it adds a
little variety to the Captur, making it more enticing to potential buyers.
Renault has also announced that, for a mere £19,175 customers will have the option to purchase the
new special edition Captur, with white pearlescent paint and a black and blue finish. On top of that,
the special edition car will feature 17-inch allots and leather upholstery.
Features such as an infotainment system, reverse parking camera and sat-nav will come as standard,
so customers opting to go with the standard Captur, will still enjoy a variety of exciting extras.
Expected to go on sale later this year, with prices starting at around £14,575, the new Captur is
shaping up to be a solid vehicle that’s likely to do well on the market.
What do you think about the new and improved Captur? Are you considering purchasing the vehicle
once it goes on sale? Let us know your thoughts, and don’t forget to come back soon for more
exciting news from the automotive industry.