The final production version of the Renault Captur has been officially unveiled during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere.
Urban crossovers based on B-segment hatchbacks are the new trend in car making and with the Nissan Juke opening the path a few years ago, and with models like the Opel / Vauxhall Mokka, the Peugeot 2008, the Chevrolet Trax or the Ford EcoSport being unveiled, Renault couldn’t stay aside. So meet the Captur, Renault’s answer to the models mentioned above. The Captur is 4,12 meters long, 1,77 meters wide and 1.57 meters tall, riding on 16- or 17-inch alloy wheels.
The Renault Captur is coming with goodies such as the ABS, AFU, ESC, Bluetooth connectivity, USB, AUX, speed limiter, intuitive turn lights, low resistance rolling tires, electric front and rear windows, auto dimming mirrors, HAS (hill start assist) and much more. As for the engine lineup, the Renault Captur is offering a choice of two petrol, the Energy TCe 90, burning 4.9 liters of fuel every 100 km and the TC3 120 EDC, burning 5.4 liters of fuel every 100 km. Diesel lovers can choose the Energy dCi 90 and the dCi 90 EDC. More details on the Captur will be announced once the model will be launched.
by Cristian Gnaticov
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