All-New Captur in Weston-super-Mare
The all-new CAPTUR is designed to melt into your life with its smooth drive, smart connectivity and handsome good looks. From twisty a-roads to narrow city streets, it’s a car you will love driving wherever your adventures take you.
Choose from Play, Iconic and S Edition trim levels and from a TCe or dCi engine to suit your lifestyle. Features like traffic sign recognition, cruise control, lane departure warning & lane keep assist and an electronic handbrake are standard features, as is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A 7” touchscreen is standard, with a 9.3” unit on S Edition models and a 10” digital driver’s display also available. Smart, cool and connected. That’s the all-new CAPTUR.
The CAPTUR’S powerful stance and sculpted body ooze confidence. This is a car that fits in anywhere, from the urban jungle to muddy tracks. 17” alloy wheels come as standard with roof bars and two-tone paint on Iconic and S Edition models.
You have the choice of a dCi 95 or 115 engine, and a TCe 100, 130 or 155 engine with an automatic EDC gearbox available. The petrol engines return over 40mpg combined and the diesels over 50mpg combined (WLTP) for low running costs.
The CAPTUR has a party piece - the back seat row slides forwards to expand the boot capacity to 536-litres. Even with it set back, the boot offers 422-litres of space which is much more than you’ll find with the average family hatchback.
Living with it
With sat nav and rear parking sensors on Iconic models and front and rear parking sensors and a parking camera on S Edition models, the CAPTUR is equipped to make life easier. Add the Luxury Pack to get heated front seats and a heated steering wheel.
All-New Captur Interior
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