The French based automaker Renault has just released its own test drive with the brand new Captur crossover.
After it was officially presented to the public during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, in its final production form, in a world premiere, and then launched in several markets across the Old Continent, the Renault Captur is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker releasing its own test drive. As a quick reminder, the Renault Captur costs 15,000 euros in France, where its undercutting the Nissan Juke by approximately 500 euros.
The model is available in four trim levels, the life, the Zen, the Business and the Intens, and the top of the line model will set you back for 22,700 euros, on the local auto market, equipped with a dCi 90 PS engine and mated to the new EC six-speed automatic transmission. The Renault Captur has no all-wheel drive option so customers looking for this will probably head over to the Juke. Options include the R-Link touch screen, climate control, rain and light sensing wipers, power folding mirrors, rearview camera and more. The Captur is based on the Clio.