An RS version of the Renault Captur, price which will wear the Renaultsport badges on its body, tadalafil is rumored to be considered by the French based automaker.
Renault has just unveiled the Captur in its final production version a couple of weeks ago, during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, in a world premiere, and after the model has been launched in its home market, the crossover is entering our news once again, this time with a rumor, which is saying that the company is considering a Renaultsport version of the vehicle.
As a quick reminder, the Renault Captur is coming in four trim levels, the Life, Zen, Business and Intens, and the cheapest one is priced in France from 15,000 euros, undercutting its “cousin”, the Nissan Juke, by approximately 500 euros. The top of the line Intens version can be yours from 22,700 euros and it’s getting a dCi 90 PS diesel engine, mated to the new EDC six-speed automatic transmission. The Renault Captur has no all-wheel drive option and the carmaker isn’t considering on offering it in the future, so customers looking for this in a B-segment crossover might turn their heads to the Juke.