Renault captur

renault captur

What is the history of the Renault Captur?

Renault Captur is the name of two different subcompact crossovers manufactured by the French automaker Renault. The production version of the first one, based on the B platform, made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and started to be marketed in France during April 2013. The Captur Concept was first shown at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show .

Is the Renault Clio the Second Coming of the Captur?

It’s the second coming of the Renault Captur, a car that we probably snored at before we drove it, reasoning that a taller SUV-ish Clio was a silly idea no-one would much care for. Whoops. It promptly landed Renault a smash hit, becoming the top-selling ‘B-segment’ supermini crossover in Europe and the third most popular in the UK.

What kind of engine does the 2022 Renault Captur have?

^ Renault lança novo Captur 2022 com motor 1.3 turbo; veja preços. (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2021-12-31. ^ Renault Kaptur (PDF) (in Russian).

What are the features of the 2018 Renault Captur?

In 2018, the Captur added the sportier S-edition. As standard, it has parking sensors and voice activation for certain functions. In some versions, it also adds removable seat covers with zippers, a new Renault satellite navigation system with touchscreen, reverse cameras and automated head lamps and windscreen wiper.

When did the Renault Captur come out?

Renault Captur Concept A concept car named Renault Captur was unveiled by Renault at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. It was shown with the Renault Samsung badge at the 2012 Busan Motor Show. The Captur is a mini SUV, and it is the second of six concept cars showing Renaults future design directions.

Why did Renault change the name of the Kaptur?

Change of the naming was explained by the difficulties of the correct pronunciation of the original Captur name in the Russian language. Unlike the European Captur, the Russian Kaptur uses the Renault Duster as a base instead of the fourth generation Clio.

Is the Nissan Captur a good buy?

Sharing a platform with the new Renault Clio and Nissan Juke, the latest Captur is comfortable, refined and good value. Its also a viable alternative to the Skoda Kamiq, Ford Puma and Peugeot 2008.

What kind of engine does a Nissan Captur have?

It is said to be based on the same platform as its partner Nissans Juke. The Captur is powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the 1.6 L dCi Energy engine which will be rolled out among Renault and Nissan models during 2011.

Which Renault Captur engine should you buy?

There’s plenty of choice when it comes to the Captur’s engines, with two petrols and two diesels on the menu, plus a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid. The usual advice applies here: if you drive mainly in town, pick a petrol – Renault’s four-cylinder, 130hp 1.3-litre strikes the best balance between price, performance and fuel economy.

How fast is the Nissan Captur 0-62mph?

With this engine, 0-62mph is dispatched in 10.6 seconds (9.6 with the EDC automatic) and the Captur feels more competent and refined. A 138bhp version of the same 1.3-litre petrol engine has now replaced both of them.

How fast is the Toyota Captur?

When fitted with the optional EDC automatic gearbox, it is the fastest of the standard Captur line-up, covering 0-62mph in 9.2 seconds. The entry-level petrol comes with just a manual gearbox, while the 138bhp 1.3-litre can be manual or automatic and the hybrid models are auto only.

Is the Mk2 Captur Renault’s new supermini?

Renault has not simply refreshed this car’s aesthetic, though. The Mk2 Captur is built on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance’s new supermini platform and has been engineered from the start to take hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains, although traditional options will persevere alongside those low-carbon options for the foreseeable future.

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