Renault has recently announced the launch of the new Captur in Romania, where the model will be available to its future customers starting from 12,600 euros.
The newest B-segment crossover to enter the Romanian automotive market is the Renault Captur and the cheapest version of the model is priced from just 12,600 euros. The Renault Captur is undercutting its rivals, the Chevrolet Trax, the Opel Mokka, the MINI Countryman and even its “cousin”, the Nissan Juke. The dCi engine fitted onto the Renault Captur is producing a total output of 90 HP, unlike the 110 HP produced in the Juke dCi Visia.
Other engines available on the new Renault Captur are the 0.9 TCe 90, which is good for 90 HP and 135 Nm of torque, burning 4.9L / 100 km and sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in 12.9 seconds and the 1.2 TCe 120 EDC, producing 120 HP and 190 Nm of torque, burning 5.4L / 100km and sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.9 seconds. The dCi 90 is the slowest when it comes to the 0 to 100 km/h sprint, 13.1 seconds, but it has the most amount torque, 220 HP, and it’s also the most fuel efficient, burning just 3.6L / 100km.