Since the launch of the Koleos in 2008, Renault focuses more and more on SUVs, and in 2013 it launches the Captur, destined to reach a wider audience than before thanks to its low price. And just like the price, the dimensions are also contained: the length of the first generation reaches 4.12 meters, while the second, which keeps the aesthetic lines similar and is sold starting from 2019, reaches 4.23 meters. The Captur shares some of its components with the extravagant Nissan Juke but maintains a more sober design with rounded lines while being quite banal in aesthetics. From the outside, an impressive plastic bumper at the base of the vehicle is easily visible. While the interiors of the first generation Captur were, without half term, rough and of poor build quality, the second generation turns the situation upside down, thanks to its beautiful portrait-oriented HD display and much less anonymous details than before. In both generations, the interiors are almost respectively identical to those of the Clio 4th gen and those of the Clio 5th gen. Between the two versions, there is a 2017 restyling, which introduces new engines to the range. In both generations the performance is average, consisting of cars like the Fiat 500X and Peugeot 2008, with engines ranging from 90 to 110 horsepower on the first generation and from 100 to 160 (with hybrid engines) on the second one.

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🏎 Renault Captur II
πŸ“ France
πŸ›  1.0 TCe 160NM 100HP
πŸ’¨ 13,3 seconds
πŸ” 173km/h
πŸ’Ά No longer on sale
Our votes:
⭐⚑ (1,5/5) for the 1st gen.
⭐⭐⭐ (3/5) for the 2nd gen.