Renault has just released the UK pricing and specification details for the all-new Captur. Originally unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show the all-new Captur features a classier design, with a host of new technological advancements. The original Captur is the best selling B-SUV in Europe, Renault hopes to build on this with the new model.
Following on from the all-new Clio, the all-new Captur is the second model to be built on the advanced CMF-B platform, it offers more space and refinement than the previous model, with new driver assists and infotainment system. A plug-in hybrid version will be available in 2020.
The exterior of the all-new Captur now has a bolder SUV look, giving it greater road presence than before. It is longer by 110mm and features a higher waistline, protective skid plates at the front and rear and protective mouldings which run the length of the bottom of the car. The all-new Captur has a distinctive look from its curved wings, scalloped sides and “floating” two-toned roof. Renault has added a touch of class with the use of chrome trim on the window surrounds, body mouldings and inserts on the front wings, it is also used on the bold new tailgate. Three trim levels are available; Play, Iconic and S Edition. Standard across the all-new Captur range are the 100% LED headlights, with the trademark C-shaped daylight running lights on the S Edition, these fit perfectly into the design with grille elements running into the headlights. New paint colours are also available, these include; Alabaster White, Highland Grey and Celadon Blue.
The interior features the “Smart Cockpit” like the all-new Clio, it has a portrait, 9.3” Easy Link infotainment system on the S Edition, which is tilted towards the driver, the Play and Iconic models have a 7” screen. The Easy Link system puts together the navigation and infotainment. High-grade materials have been used throughout the interior, from satin finishes to soft-touch plastics. The seats have been improved to provide more support. With the increased length, there is more space for the occupants and luggage, giving an extra 17mm of legroom in the rear and the boot capacity has been increased by 81 litres.
Five engines will be available at launch; three petrol and two diesel. Transmissions will range from a five-speed or six-speed manual and a seven-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) automatic. In 2020 a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid will also be available.
The all-new Captur is available to order now with prices starting at £17,595 OTR, deliveries are due to begin in March 2020.
Posted 20/12/2019 Back to Blog