Renault Captur 2017 Review, Release Date, Specs and Images

The Captur is a new crossover from Renault which has spawned off the Duster model.The Renault Captur 2017 does take design cues from the similarly sized Captur but has been developed for the Emerging markets such as South America and Asia. The Captur is expected to come to India by mid-2017.

According to official news sites, Renault has begun testing its upcoming SUV that the Captur in the nation. The SUV made its world debut in Russia — called Captur there — in April this year, and it was also showcased at the 2016 São Paulo International Motor Show in Brazil. It’ll be launched next year in India and is very likely to begin in the area of Rs 15 lakh.

Renault Captur 2017 model is one of the compact SUV car in 2017 comes with all the major features and design. It can be the biggest rival for Mahindra XUV500. The Captur relies on the Duster’s platform and looks like its European counterpart. Mechanically, it’s thought that the Captur in India is going to be powered with the 110PS edition of this 1.5-litre dCi diesel. The petrol is going to be the uprated 1.6-litre, which now puts out 120PS. Additionally, it will include an AWD system. Concerning transmission choices, Renault might supply the six-speed EDC transmission with it, rather than the Duster’s six-speed Easy-R AMT.

Renault Captur

Renault Captur 2017 Review, Release Date

It is the most trendy crossover in Ireland, and the 2017 Renault Captur also provides you the driving experience to back this up. It is Renaults first urban crossover, providing a responsive, lively and refined drive. Building on Renault’s knowledge, it explores new areas of design, comfort, equipment, and enjoyment!

Renault Captur 2017 Price

  • £15,140 – £22,925


  • Looks, multiple options, refinement, economy. Better interior quality now, too


  • Not the sportiest to drive

Renault Captur

The Renault Captur 2017 is about 4.3m long that is the exact same length as the Duster. Taking a look at the inside of the new Duster, Renault seems to have learned what sells in the subcontinent and the Captur will come fully loaded with all the needed capabilities. It may have the residual French quirks in its layout. The headlamps sweep back to the contoured front and the air dam has its lower half blacked out with flat slats for a sporty look. Being a crossover, peripheral cladding is essential along with the slightly flared wheel arches with giving it a butch look

CC: Engines: Trims: Road Tax in (€)* Price in (€)*
898cc TCe 90 Captur Life 270 19790
1,461cc dCI 110 Captur Intense 180 22890
1.461cc dCI 110 Captur Signature 190 24190

As for the engines, you’ll have the 1.5-litre dCi turbocharged four cylinder diesel engine powering the front wheels of the Captur. The gas mill will be the 1.6-litre 102bhp four cylinder engine also in the Duster. There’s also a fair chance of the Captur getting the AWD such as the Duster.

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