New 2016 Renault Captur Quotes

Performance

Every Captur comes with a turbocharged engine and there is also an emphasis on comfort across the range. The light steering coupled with the five-speed manual gearbox proves slick evident in the entry-level 0.9-litre three cylinder petrol engine and the 1.5 diesel engine.There is also a 1.2-litre petrol engine which is only available with a six-speed automatic gearbox. Book a testdrive through this website to find out the best option for you.

Running Costs

The Captur is light in weight allowing the downsized engines not to be a problem and minimalizing running costs. The 1.5 litre diesel engine averages a return of 76mpg and emits a low 95g/km of CO2 making it tax-free. The 0.9 petrol version also achieves good economy with 56mpg claimed. These make for very impressive fuel consumption levels in comparison to other SUVs on the market even in the form of the most thirsty 1.2 petrol model which gets a return of 53mpg.

Equipment

Four equipment levels are on offer for the Captur, including Expression, Expression+, Dynamique Media Nav and Dynamique S Media Nav.At the basic level, the Captur is generously equipped with sliding rear seats, electric door mirrors, and a key card for locking the doors and starting the engine. Also included is cruise control, speed limited system, Bluetooth connectivity, USB port and jack socket for MP3 players.The Expression+ trim adds front fog lights, automatic lights and wipers plus body coloured door mirrors and handles. At the top of the range buyers get heated front seats and ‘City Pack’ which includes electric folding mirrors and rear parking sensors. Order a brochure for full details.