Renault Captur

Rs 15.0 Lakh*
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Renault has revealed the India-spec Captur (pronounced as we usually pronounce ‘capture’), which will be launched in a few weeks after Diwali. Renault has also commenced pre-bookings (amount Rs 25,000) for the Captur. It is based on the Duster’s platform and will draw power from a 1.5-litre diesel engine mated with a manual transmission. To know how it drives, do check out our detailed Renault Captur Review Video.

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 models

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Renault Captur
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 15.0 Lakh*
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    lead on 26 Sep, 2017
    I was eagerly looking forward for the Captur to be launched with the Automatic option, but I see no mention about it either by the company or the dealers who have no clue. I must say that if Automatic option is not released simultaneously with the manual versions than many will look to shift to Compass or Creta as these have the automatic versions ready on hand. Since everything about this car is on the lines of Duster other than the cosmetics than why no mention is being made about the Automati... 4
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    Abhishek Jha on 25 Sep, 2017
    I had gone to Renault Trident showroom in Bangalore to check out the Captur. Sharing some of the things I like about the Renault Captur in the hope that it will help some of you who plan to buy this SUV:Stylish looks: The Captur looks stylish from outside. The front part looks the best. The LED headlamps, daytime running lamps and LED tail lights are gorgeous. Plus it's got those dynamic turn indicators like you see in Audis. I also like the the design of the 17-inch alloy wheels. Looks quit... 6

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Renault Captur review

Renault Captur

Renault managed to pull at the heartstrings of the discerning Indian buyer with its mini SUV, the Duster. And then did it again with the SUV-esque hatch, the Kwid. It seems Renault has successfully deciphered that the best way to find your way into the hearts -- or in this case, garages -- of our country’s car buyers is with an SUV, or at least a car that looks like one. Plus, if you promise a value for money proposition with a quantillion trim levels to choose from, you definitely have our attention. The classic case in point being the Duster. But Renault has yet to break into the premium market. The French carmaker did give it a shot with the Fluence and Koleos but neither managed to garner a customer base worth boasting about. But, with the new, stunning-looking Captur, can Renault finally make a dent in the premium crossover space?

Things We Like in Captur

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

Things We Don't Like in Captur

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

Stand Out Features

  • 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

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

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

CarDekho Verdict

Renault Captur

When launched after Diwali, the Renault Captur will go up against the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross and the Hyundai Creta. Where the S-Cross has the brand trust going for it, the Creta is the leader in interior quality and convenience features. The Captur on the other hand is a car that would not look out of place on the streets of Paris and its head-turning status is a huge part of its appeal. In addition, the features list on the Captur is exhaustive and most of the convenience and safety features will be offered as standard along with numerous customization options.

"Yes, there are compromises in the package (like the absence of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay) and the cabin is reminiscent of the Duster, but keeping the overall experience in mind, it isn’t a deal breaker and we hope the compromises will translate to a competitive pricing."

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