The French based automaker Renault has recently announced its plans to introduce the Captur in Australia in 2014.
The announcement has been made by deputy program director Cristophe Pejout, at the launch of the model in Biarritz, France, who said that the model will make its way onto the Australian auto market, in right-hand drive, in approximately one year. The company’s official said that the Renault Captur will become available to its future customers in three trim levels and with a choice of two petrol engines.
No more details on the Australia Captur are known for the moment, but as a quick reminder, in other markets, the model is getting a choice of four trim levels, the Life, the Zen, the Business and the Intens. In France, the cheapest Captur can be ordered from 15,500 euros, while the top of the line will set you back for 22,700 euros. The most expensive version is getting the dCi 90 PS diesel engine, mated to the new EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) six-speed automatic transmission. The crossover isn’t getting an all-wheel drive version so if you are looking for this, you should probably turn your heads towards the Juke.