NEW RENAULT CAPTUR

Renault has published details of specifications for the new Captur small SUV. This is the second Renault model to be built on the advanced CMF-B platform. It’s more spacious and refined with the latest in driver assistance and infotainment systems and will be sold in the usual Renault Life, Zen and Intens variants.

The Captur’s stylists were given the instruction to give it, “even stronger SUV identity”. The result is tough-looking front and rear protection ‘skid’ plates, chunky protective mouldings that run the entire length of the lower body and prominent wheel arch extensions. Standard across the range are 100 percent LED headlamps.

The interior has a ‘Smart Cockpit’ layout. A seven-inch multimedia screen is fitted to the Life and Zen models, while Intens gets the 9.3-inch portrait set-up.

Both give access to Renault’s Easy Link system that bundles together navigation, infotainment and, on Intens versions, Multi-Sense functions.

In a 10.25-inch TFT instrument cluster is available as an option on the Intens as part of an Easy Life Package. Featuring a fully configurable display it allows the driver to customise the comprehensive array of information available.

A strong Captur trademark is the spaciousness and versatility of its cabin – and all-new Captur continues this tradition. Overall length has increased by 110mm, creating even more room for occupants and their luggage.

There is 17 mm more legroom in the rear, boot capacity has been increased by 81 litres to a maximum of 536 litres. A premium BOSE audio system, standard on Intens, is integrated into the left-hand side of the boot, meaning there’s little reduction in space.

A sliding rear bench seat allows 160mm of fore and aft movement, creating either more space for rear passengers or a larger boot. The rear bench seat can be folded down in a 1/3 or 2/3 sections to give a maximum payload length of 1.57 m with an almost completely flat floor. The movable boot floor that can be used to split the payload volume into two levels, creating more space or a flat loading lip with hidden storage below.

Captur offers customisation with an interior Orange Signature Pack that features orange highlights for the dashboard, doors and centre console and a specific orange and black cloth upholstery.

You can opt for ambient interior lighting, which allows drivers to choose from eight different LED colours.

The Renault Easy Link multimedia platform on the new Captur comes with either 7-inch or 9.3-inch touchscreens, both of them compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Using features we have become accustomed to on smartphones, the Renault has pinch and swipe functions. This allows users to customise various screens to directly access their favourite functions.

Standard safety features across the range include Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist, the former works at speeds above 70km/h; the latter working between 70km/h and 160km/h.

Advanced Emergency Braking System is standard and is bolstered by the latest
cyclist and pedestrian detection functionality. Blind Sport Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert is also available across the range.

Renault Captur has received a five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

All-new Captur has a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine with 113kW and 270Nm. The only transmission is a seven-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) unit. It has paddle shifters on the steering wheel.

MODEL RANGE
Captur Life: $28,190
Captur Zen: $30,790
Captur Intens: $35,790
Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local Renault dealer for drive-away prices.

NEW RENAULT CAPTUR
Renault has published details of specifications for the new Captur small SUV. This is the second Renault model to be built on the advanced CMF-B platform. It’s more spacious and refined with the latest in driver assistance and infotainment systems and will be sold in the usual Renault Life, Zen and Intens variants.

The Captur’s stylists were given the instruction to give it, “even stronger SUV identity”. The result is tough-looking front and rear protection ‘skid’ plates, chunky protective mouldings that run the entire length of the lower body and prominent wheel arch extensions. Standard across the range are 100 percent LED headlamps.

The interior has a ‘Smart Cockpit’ layout. A seven-inch multimedia screen is fitted to the Life and Zen models, while Intens gets the 9.3-inch portrait set-up.

Both give access to Renault’s Easy Link system that bundles together navigation, infotainment and, on Intens versions, Multi-Sense functions.

In a 10.25-inch TFT instrument cluster is available as an option on the Intens as part of an Easy Life Package. Featuring a fully configurable display it allows the driver to customise the comprehensive array of information available.

A strong Captur trademark is the spaciousness and versatility of its cabin – and all-new Captur continues this tradition. Overall length has increased by 110mm, creating even more room for occupants and their luggage.

There is 17 mm more legroom in the rear, boot capacity has been increased by 81 litres to a maximum of 536 litres. A premium BOSE audio system, standard on Intens, is integrated into the left-hand side of the boot, meaning there’s little reduction in space.

A sliding rear bench seat allows 160mm of fore and aft movement, creating either more space for rear passengers or a larger boot. The rear bench seat can be folded down in a 1/3 or 2/3 sections to give a maximum payload length of 1.57 m with an almost completely flat floor. The movable boot floor that can be used to split the payload volume into two levels, creating more space or a flat loading lip with hidden storage below.

Captur offers customisation with an interior Orange Signature Pack that features orange highlights for the dashboard, doors and centre console and a specific orange and black cloth upholstery.

You can opt for ambient interior lighting, which allows drivers to choose from eight different LED colours.

The Renault Easy Link multimedia platform on the new Captur comes with either 7-inch or 9.3-inch touchscreens, both of them compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Using features we have become accustomed to on smartphones, the Renault has pinch and swipe functions. This allows users to customise various screens to directly access their favourite functions.

Standard safety features across the range include Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist, the former works at speeds above 70km/h; the latter working between 70km/h and 160km/h.

Advanced Emergency Braking System is standard and is bolstered by the latest
cyclist and pedestrian detection functionality. Blind Sport Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert is also available across the range.

Renault Captur has received a five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

All-new Captur has a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine with 113kW and 270Nm. The only transmission is a seven-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) unit. It has paddle shifters on the steering wheel.

MODEL RANGE
Captur Life: $28,190
Captur Zen: $30,790
Captur Intens: $35,790
Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local Renault dealer for drive-away prices.

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