Renault India unveiled the Captur today and will be positioned above the Duster. The Renault Captur is based on the same platform of that of the Duster. From today Renault will be starting bookings for the Captur in all its dealerships across India. The booking amount is set to Rs 25,000 and the deliveries are expected somewhere around October after its official launch.
Just looking at the exteriors of the SUV, Renault has designed the Captur very wisely. The headlight unit gets full LED headlamps, LED DRL’s and the Renault also provides the SUV with floating indicators. Renault is providing with 7 unique dual tone combinations and one can customise it according to their choice. In its segment Renault as built the Captur as the longest , widest and tallest which helps to make it spacious and increases it off road capabilities. In addition with this the Captur has ground clearance of 210mm which is the highest in comparison with its rivals. And how can we forget the best part that enhances the looks of the Captur, it is the new design alloy wheels. Moving to the back of the SUV, you will notice the ripple tail lamps which is part of Captur’s innovative lighting system
Stepping in the Captur, you will notice the premium finish and the spacious cabin. You can choose between two options for the Interior scheme - two- tone look or all black theme. The infinity instrument cluster is one good futuristic design. It gets a analog tachometer at the left, fuel indicator and other warning light at the right and it holds the digital speedometer in the centre. Renault is offering a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity with an inbuilt reverse camera and sensors. Like the Duster, the Captur is also a 5 seater car. The Boot of the Captur is very spacious and the rear seats can be folded in a 60:40 ratio to increase boot space.
Powering the captur will be Renaults K9K diesel engine and H4K petrol engine. The Renault Captur will be competing head on with the Jeep compass, Hyundai Creta and the Mahindra XUV 500 in the Indian market.