Renault Captur

Rs 15.0 Lakh*
*Estimated Price New Delhi


Renault has revealed the India-spec Captur (pronounced as we usually pronounce ‘capture’), which will be launched just before Diwali. The Captur is based on the Duster’s platform and will draw power from a 1.5-litre diesel engine mated with a manual transmission.

The Captur SUV will be positioned over the Duster and will be a more premium product in comparison. Standard features on the Captur will include dual airbags, ABS, alloy wheels, and an entertainment system. The Captur will get a top-of-the-line Platine variant in India which will be exclusive to our market. This variant gets a white and golden interior theme and features like leather seats, cruise control, hill start assist, LED headlamps, fog lamps with cornering function, 7-inch touchscreen system with navigation and rear camera display, push-button start, and more.

The Captur is more of a crossover than an SUV but it still has a high ground clearance of 210mm. The wheelbase, at 2673mm, is the same as the Duster’s. The Captur has a smaller boot in comparison to the Duster, with a capacity of 392 litres against the maximum boot capacity of 475 litres of the Duster.

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Renault Captur
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 15.0 Lakh*
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    Jeetu on 18 Sep, 2017
    I saw the Renault Captur some years ago while surfing the internet and was struck by its sheer styling. Now I hear that the Captur SUV will be coming to India soon. Simply incredible. Trust me, this premium Renault car will become an instant hit. Just look at its massive appearance, it will be a head turner in the country. Besides the looks, the interiors appear very premium. I think they appear similar to the discontinued Renault Fluence sedan. From the details floating on the net, we’ll be ge... 1

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Renault Captur

Talk of premium compact SUVs in the mass market, and there’s only the Hyundai Creta that comes to mind. There’s the capable Renault Duster as well, but it gives an impression of a butch SUV, and not one that would pamper you. Renault, however, has a Duster’s close cousin in its international portfolio that it is bringing to India to give a fight to the Creta in the premium domain, the Captur.

The India-spec Captur is based on the Duster’s platform, and even shares the 1.5-litre 110PS diesel engine with the compact SUV. There is some part sharing as well but the Captur looks completely different from the Duster on the outside.

Despite a high ground clearance of 210mm, the Captur has a crossover vibe to its exterior design. It’s also equipped with LED headlamps, fog lamps with cornering function, and DRLs, none of which form a part of Duster’s feature list. ABS, dual front airbags and alloy wheels are standard on the Captur.

While the Captur will be positioned at a premium over the Duster, it’s not really bigger on the outside. The Captur’s wheelbase measures 2673mm, the same as the Duster’s. At 4329mm, the Captur is 14mm longer than the Duster. But the Duster is wider and taller than the Captur by 9mm and 76mm, respectively. The Captur’s boot space, rated at 392 litres, is also less than the Duster’s 475-litre boot capacity.

Renault Captur

In order to make a statement, Renault will launch the Captur in India in a specially crafted top-of-the-line Platine variant that will be exclusive to our market. In this variant, the Captur will get white interior upholstery done in leather, and golden trim elements in the cabin. The top variant will also boast of features like remote key unlock, smart access card, walk-away lock, push-button start, hill start assist, 7-inch touchscreen with rearview camera and navigation, and cruise control with speed limiter.

Renault will launch the Captur with a 1.5-litre diesel engine only, paired with a manual transmission. The diesel engine will make 110PS of maximum power and 240Nm of peak torque. Since the diesel engine and the platform is shared with the Duster, expect the Captur to deliver a similar sort of experience on the performance and dynamics front.

Things We Like in Captur

  • The 1.5-litre diesel engine of Renault Captur offers good drivability
  • Very flamboyant French crossover styling, will stand out from its competitors
  • Feature loaded: full-LED headlamps, DRLs, 7-inch touchscreen, digital+analog instrument cluster among others

Things We Don't Like in Captur

  • Will only have a diesel engine on offer initially, that too with just the manual transmission.
  • No Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity in the infotainment system of the Renault Captur

Stand Out Features

  • Renault LED Pure Vision full-led headlamps (segment-first feature)

    Renault LED Pure Vision full-led headlamps (segment-first feature)

  • 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels

    17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels

  • Passive keyless entry with push button engine start-stop

    Passive keyless entry with push button engine start-stop

  • Smart digital+analog instrument cluster

    Smart digital+analog instrument cluster

CarDekho Verdict

The Renault Captur definitely appears to be a more premium product compared to the Duster and looks like a capable alternative to the Hyundai Creta. Given that Renault has managed to take the fight to the biggies in the past, the Captur might just turn out to be another successful offering from the French carmaker’s stable.

"Though it is based on the Duster, the Captur comes out as a more rounded package with premium features, European design, and a very famous name! "

We expect Renault to price the Captur in the range of Rs 13-15 lakh, taking the fight to the Creta’s top variants.


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The sales king in the compact SUV space, the Hyundai Creta, will soon have a new competitor with the launch of the Renault Captur. The Maruti Suzuki S-Cross is set to get a facelift as well. The Captur and the S-Cross are likely to be launched in the coming weeks, probably when the festive season kicks in. Since the Captur and the S-Cross facelift are already on sale in other markets, we have enough details to compare how both the crossovers stack up against the Creta. Read Full News

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