The Renault Captur, Europe’s very popular city crossover in 2016 with unit sales of 215,670, has actually transformed itself to feature more distinctive styling and new sophisticated technologies, without compromising any of its user-friendliness. For the very first time, a Captur Initiale Paris variation will be offered. Along with Koleos and the Kadjar, Renault now provides a thorough line-up of crossovers. Renault prepares to replace its popular Captur crossover in 2018 with a brand new model. An early model camouflaged with Clio Estate bodywork has actually been seen testing. It’s unclear what the new model will appear like however we anticipate it to move the video game on from the current model, envisioned throughout.
2018 Renault Captur Design
Renault hasn’t announced any official details but the new Captur will probably feature styling influenced by the newest Scenic MPV. Renault’s style team could carry over a contrasting black roof, a smattering of chrome trim, LED headlights and big alloy wheels. The Scenic’s kinked rear windows– a feature that helps young kids see outdoors and feel less car ill on long journeys as an outcome– might likewise feature on the 2018 Renault Captur.
The 2018 Renault Captur interior must likewise benefit from a thorough refresh. We’re hoping Renault chooses to consign the old car’s low-cost plastics and scratchy trim pieces to the dustbin while its lozenge-shaped centre console and drab dashboard might be replaced by a more upmarket design. Top-spec models may even feature a comparable portrait infotainment screen to the Scenic and Megane, too.
2018 Renault Captur Engine
The 2018 Renault Captur is expected to come with a comparable selection of engines to the outbound model. Three petrol systems and two diesel engines must be available ranging from the nippy 0.9-litre gas to an economical 1.5-litre diesel that’ll return more than 76mpg.
2018 Renault Captur Price and Release Date
The finished Captur might make its public launching as early as 2018 and will most likely cost around the same as the outbound car across the range. Entry-level petrol models might cost from around ₤ 15,000 while top-spec diesel versions with an automated gearbox might set you back more than ₤ 22,500.