Renault Captur in Bristol
The Renault Captur is a smart crossover that exceeds all expectations, with incredible versatility and features for everyday family life. An awesome mix of SUV and hatchback, the Captur is unique in its appearance and has outstanding space, making it an ideal choice for growing families. Even entry-level Expression+ models come as standard with cruise control and keyless entry, while top-of-the-range Iconic Nav models get the Grip Xtend advanced traction control system with mud and snow tyres for assured winter motoring. The Captur offers low running costs too, with fuel economy of up to 76.3mpg combined (ENERGY dCi 90 S&S).
The new Renault Captur has a head-turning design. Its raised ride height, chunky bumpers and purposeful stance combine to create an aesthetically powerful crossover, while inside, a plush cabin with first-class ergonomics awaits you for a smooth and comfortable drive.
Choose from a range of punchy and economical TCe and dCi engines, which can return up to 76.3mpg combined. Comfort and refinement are the Captur’s real strong points though, to guarantee driver and passenger comfort on short or longer journeys.
The Renault Captur’s 377-litre boot expands to an enormous 455-litres when you slide forwards the rear bench. Head and legroom throughout the cabin is excellent too, with more than enough space for a growing family. Internal storage is also plentiful.
Living with it
The Captur offers outstanding space and storage, and it comes loaded with features that make life easier, such as cruise control and Bluetooth. Grip Xtend, which improves grip in wintery or slippery conditions, comes as standard on Signature Nav models.
Renault Captur Interior
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