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Renault Captur

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Captur Specifications
Engine 1498 cc
Power 104.55 bhp
Transmission Manual
0-100 Kmph 13.24 Seconds
ABS Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes

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Things We Like in Captur
  • Loaded with features such as touchscreen infotainment, LED headlamps and analog+digital instrument cluster
  • Safety aspects like ABS with EBD, dual front airbags, ISOFIX and Brake Assist
  • Amazing ride quality which is best among its league
Things We Dont Like in Captur
  • Impressive quality fit and finish is not upto the mark
  • It doesn’t have Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, cars several segments below are offering this
  • No automatic transmission on offer

Price List of Captur

Variant Price Specifications  
1.5 Diesel RXE ₹ 11.40 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1461 cc, 108.49 bhp, 21.1 kmpl, Diesel
Platine Dual Tone Diesel ₹ 13.00 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 108.49 bhp, Manual, Diesel
1.5 Petrol RXE ₹ 10.00 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1498 cc, 104.55 bhp, Manual, Petrol
Platine Dual Tone Petrol ₹ 12.00 Lakh*
OTR Price
1498 cc, 104.55 bhp, Manual, Petrol
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Renault Captur Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.15 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.10 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.06 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.10 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.06 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 10.00 - ₹ 14.06 Lakh

Renault Captur Colors

Captur is available in 10 different colors - Red, Pearl White, Mahogany Metallic, Planet Grey, Moonlight Silver, Cayenne Orange, PEARL-WHITE-BODY-WITH-MYSTERY-BLACK-ROOF, MAHOGANY-BROWN-BODY-WITH-PLANET-GREY-ROOF, CAYENNE-ORANGE-BODY-WITH-MYSTERY-BLACK-ROOF and PEARL-WHITE-BODY-WITH-PLANET-GREY-ROOF.

  • Red

  • Pearl White

  • Mahogany Metallic

  • Planet Grey

  • Moonlight Silver

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Captur Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 15.5 kmpl 20.37 kmpl
Petrol kmpl 13.87 kmpl

Review of Captur

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Overview

The French automaker for a long time has been deciphering the way to make place in people’s heart. And this is being carried forward through its SUV-esque cars which looks premium and give value for money proposition. Renault Captur is one such car which has been touted as a premium crossover with its stunning looks and mind blowing interiors. It is the expansion of company’s product range in the subcontinent. The SUV is the first car from the Renault that carries the new design language and based on the BO platform. The SUV cum crossover gets the quirky outer profile and premium interiors along with the powerful oil burners. The vehicle carries the 7 seating layout and is placed above the Duster sibling in the country. The SUV segment is the recent years have become increasingly competitive, and Captur has been imbued with the quirky sense of design, premium looking interiors and powerful engines. Carrying its French elements, Renault Captur is steadily making dent in the premium SUV/Crossover space.
On the outside, Renault Captur ditching the traditional square lines carries the new curvy body silhouette. The Captur is designed as the crossover and uses the French car maker’s global design language, the car is positioned as the premium offering by the manufacturer. The overall design is quite attractive and do catches the attention at the first sight. The front façade gets bold radiator grille and diamond logo at the centre which looks quite appealing. The front bumper gets LED headlamps with the integrated DRLs and the set of C shaped DRLs. The side profile receives attractive 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels with flared wheel arches. The rear part gets LED tail lamps. Dimensionally, Renault Captur measures 4329mm in length, 1619mm high, 1813mm wide and gets the wheelbase of 2673mm. Renault Captur is available in various colour patterns such as Planet Grey, Moonlight Silver, Pearl White, Mahogany brown body with planet grey roof, Pearl white body with planet grey roof and Pearl white body with mystery black roof.
Checking the interiors, being a premium offering by the car maker, it does get various features that are contemporary. The SUV is available in 7 seat layout which gives it an upper edge over rival Creta. The dashboard gets the dual tone theme and the lines are smooth and curvy. The feature list include 7-inch infotainment unit with navigation, voice, Bluetooth/USB and rear camera support, cruise control, steering adjustment, climate control, height adjustable driver’s seat, rear parking sensor, push start/stop button, cooled glove box, digital speedometer and rear cooling vents.
Under the hood, Renault Captur can be availed in the choices of diesel and petrol engines. The car gets 1.5L four cylinder diesel and 1.5L 4 cylinder petrol powertrain shared with the Duster sibling. Its 1.5L diesel mill is capable of generating the power output of 110PS and yields the maximum torque of 240Nm. The engine comes mated to 6-speed manual transmission. The 1.5L petrol oil burner on the other hand can churn the power output of 106PS and generates the peak torque of 142Nm. It comes mated to 5-speed manual transmission. The Renault Captur delivers ARAI certified mileage figures of 13.87kmpl and 20.37kmpl for petrol and diesel variants respectively.
For the better safety of its passengers, Renault Captur has been loaded with aspects including ABS with EBD, Brake Assist, engine immobilizer, Hill Start Assist, Electronic Stability Control, ISOFIX, side airbags, driver and passenger airbags, impact sensing auto door lock, tilt adjustable power steering, one touch lane change indicator and speed sensing auto door lock. Other features are remote central locking card, rear wiper and washer, rear parking sensor, walk away lock and automatic headlamps.
Renault Captur is available in four variants such as RXE, RXL, RXT and PLATINE. The pricing for the Captur starts from Rs. 10.0 lakh and goes up to Rs. 13.25 lakh. Price for the base trim Captur 1.5 petrol RXE stands at Rs. 10.0 lakh while Captur 1.5 Diesel RXE gets the price tag of Rs. 11.0 lakh. Its mid-range variant Captur 1.5 petrol RXL is available at the price tag of Rs. 11.08 lakh and Rs. 12.48 lakh for the diesel trim. The Captur 1.5 RXT tagged at Rs. 11.46 lakh and Rs. 12.67 lakh for petrol and diesel respectively. Its top of the line trim Captur 1.5 Diesel Platine is available at the price tag of Rs. 13.25 lakh, ex-showroom. Renault Captur gives tough competition to likes of Hyundai Creta and Maruti S-Cross in the segment.

Interior

Access to the car would be a different experience altogether. The Renault Captur features sleek credit-card styled key having all the necessary buttons, unlike the bulky key fob we are used to. This is the same access card key which Renault has been using in its cars Koleos and Fluence. Once you hop onto the driver’s seat, the very first thing you will realize is that the seating position is a bit on the higher side. It seems you are towering over the dashboard and even if you are not seeing the low-set nose, the view is certainly commanding.
The seat cushioning is stiffer as compared to cars such as Duster. But that’s actually a good thing as you won’t feel tired over longer journeys. The seats snug you in place comfortably with ample support for the side and the lower back. Where the seats allow you adjust it for height, reach and angle, the steering wheel only comes with tilt adjustability. But still you are able to get into comfortable driving position. However, if you are taller than you will find your knees rubbing with the centre console while the haircut brushing against the roof lining. It’s because the dash has been crafted with a prominent, bulging centre console.
The design which flows effortlessly from door to door need to be appreciated as it lacks no-frills styling unlike Creta or S-Cross. Relatively, Renault Captur looks more upmarket than the siblings Duster and Terrano. There is a nice balance of the colour palette which incorporates mix of black, white and rose gold. The dashboard also features nice texture finishing which gives a pleasant feeling on touch, although a proper-soft touch would have made it more splendid.
Jumping into the rear seats is a bit difficult due to lack of wide opening. But once you are on the backseat, you would hardly have any qualms. And despite the rising window line, you will not feel besieged or snowed under, rather the tall seating position makes you feel more comfortable. Two six-footers can sit one behind the other with ease while the rear row can absorb three adult passengers but their shoulders will rub with each other’s. The wheelbase is the largest in its class but the occupants will feel that it could have been used more effectively.
Moreover, the 390L of boot space though is sufficient but not the biggest in its class. The good thing is that the opening of the boot is quite wide and you will not feel problem in piling up luggage. Now coming to the tech and gadgetry, the French automaker has added plenty of them including push engine start/stop, cruise control, illuminated cooled glove box, LED ambient lighting, fully automatic temperature control and rear cooling vents. The car also features automatic headlamps, auto wipers as well as touchscreen infotainment as there in Maruti S-Cross.
However, the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment isn’t that great as it resembles the unit currently employed in Renault Kwid. The graphics and colour combination also looks quite similar and though the touch response is better than the Kwid, the display screen is a bit sticky to use. And the downside is, the infotainment also misses on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto which even cars like Hyundai Santro offers. However, the Arkamys tuned sound system with front and rear speakers with 2 tweeters gives you amazing output. The infotainment is further equipped with USB, Aux-In, Bluetooth and Smartphone Voice Support.
In terms of practicality, there are several storage spaces including cup holders in front console, front seat back pockets, rear arm rest with cup holders, front and rear door map pockets, rear parcel shelf and dashboard smart storage. There are also some great design touches in the form of butterfly-shaped instrument cluster which has been provided a nice shade by the dashboard. The instrument cluster incorporates huge digital speedometer in the middle, flanked by analogue tachometer and the fuel gauge. The MID provides information such as distance covered, average fuel consumption, trip distance, average speed, distance to empty and distance travelled among others. Overall, Renault has done a nice job with Captur and there is a lot for the first time buyers in the segment.

Exterior

As looks are subjective, the crossover design of the Captur may not fascinate the onlookers at first glance. One needs to spend some time with the car to form a rapport with the edgy design. The Captur isn’t that tall and traditional boxy SUV, but there isn’t an iota of doubt that it looks like a premium vehicle. The different colour shades, especially the dual-tone shades that the car can be availed with, adds to the novelty factor and grabs eyeballs.
While people may have opinion that the curvy design lends it a compact look but the fact is Captur is the longest and widest vehicle in its class and poses a good road presence. The most striking angle to view the car is the front where you will find all-LED headlights, low mounted daytime running lights and swooping turn indicators. What add more to the French flair is the 17-inch alloy wheels which looks classy and upright under the flared wheel arches. Adding to the ruggedness is the sculpted cladding with chrome strip in the middle while the sloping roofline gives the car a squat stance.
Moving to the rear profile, the car tries hard to shrug off the image of younger sibling Kwid. The wraparound taillights get LED treatment and splits into two sections with one in the tailgate section. The company says LED pilot lamps are arranged in such a way to display the ripple effect but the size should have been bigger. The spoiler is nicely integrated above the windshield while the wiper is adequately sized and covers large portion of the area. The large chrome plate with Captur embossed is similar to what we have seen in the Duster and the rear camera protrudes out from that badge only.

Mileage Running Cost

The car is powered by the same tried and tested engines working in the Duster. The powertrains are tuned to derive maximum fuel efficiency with the petrol one delivering 13.87kmpl, the diesel motor on the other hand, returns 20.37kmpl. The figure looks good on paper but expect the diesel one making around 16kmpl in mix driving conditions.

Comfort Suspension

The suspension is slightly on the firmer side as compared to Duster and what does this mean is that Captur would feel better at corners. That said, the stiffness in the suspension will keep the passengers composed on highways, but in city driving the small road imperfections would be heard and felt. However, it overall handles the roads quite well and most bumps aren’t jarring except some sharp ones.
The steering gives nice feeling and seems planted on the highways. But in city premises, the owners will find it quite heavy and at corners the kickback is strong. So, as a crossover, the car isn’t much comfortable to drive as other vehicles such as Creta.

Engine Performance

The Captur shares the engines from the Duster. And unlike the diesel engine which is available in two states of tunes in the Duster, the Captur gets only the powerful 110PS and 245Nm of torque, paired to 6-speed manual. Start the engine and you are welcomed by typical clatter of a diesel that settles into the idle mode after a few seconds. Drive the car sedately and it will reduce the remaining clatter coming out of the engine but expect some noise if you are pushing it hard.
In city driving, you have to learn a lot as heavy clutch bites quite lately and don’t help much in engine progression. So if you want to get over quickly, you need to apply extra effort on the accelerator and move the needle to over 2000rpm, else the car will feel boring. This directly means that quick overturn in the urban areas will need downshift. But there is enough torque kicking in and driving for a while will make you get accustomed with it. Driving on the open stretches is absolute bliss, the Captur would prove a fantastic companion on longer journeys. Reaching the three digit speed is unnerving while maintaining it is a lot easier.
The petrol engine is the same 1.5L 4-cylinder unit making 106PS and 142Nm of torque. The engine is superbly refined and combined with the adequately insulated cabin, you would hardly hear any engine noise. The least you would hear from the exhaust is when you push the engine hard towards the redline. Driving the petrol Captur is obviously easier and fun-to-drive than the diesel one. Reasons? The relatively lighter clutch which bites quite early and ensures that the driver doesn’t play with the pedal frequently. The engine doesn’t get stuck and the progress is always ready, giving a relaxed driving experience.
If you are a calm driver, then the petrol engine won’t let you down and you will feel you are aptly overtaking the car in front of you. At three digit speeds you will definitely want the sixth gear to come in action. There is also an Eco mode if you are really concerned about your wallet. And many would be disappointed with the lack of automatic transmission. The car is being touted as a premium product and the lack of automatic transmission will certainly distract many buyers. Even Duster features a CVT unit, so Renault must look into it.

Braking Safety

Brakes are undoubtedly confidence inspiring and the car comes to halt without any fuss. The vehicle maintains its composure in hard braking situations. And with other braking mechanisms such as ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, you can confidently move ahead irrespective of the road conditions.
Other safety measures include 4 airbags, Hill Start Assist, electronic stability control, rear parking camera with sensors, remote central locking and speed sensing auto-door lock.

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