For The Captur offers an elevated driving position, decent practicality and impressive refinement. It’s well priced and equipped, too.
Against Cabin quality is underwhelming and the engines feel pretty weak.
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The Renault Captur is a good car for those wanting small hatchback dimensions and costs, but with a bit more interest.
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There are 8 Renault Captur versions available
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The best engine is the 0.9-litre petrol. It's no ball of fire, but is gutsy enough in town. The diesel is generally more pleasant to drive than the auto-only 1.2, which is fine when you’re pottering about, but is hesitant when moving away from a standstill and feels lazy when you want to go faster.
We’d opt for Dynamique Media Nav trim, which brings the colour touch-screen sat-nav system that makes the cabin look much more modern-looking, is easy to use and improves the car’s resale value.
Reader test team says:
This car had 2000 miles on it when I rented it from Avis to replace my Nissan X-Trail during a holiday. Avis promoted is an SUV replacement for the…
Bought from Renault Swansea 1 year old 8000 miles Previous car Yeti 1.2 TSI Excellent fuel economy, using eco setting on non motorway driving around…
I had a Renault Captur on lease for 4 months ending May 2015. When they named this vehicle I am sure they didn't mean 'Captur' driving it is like…
I have the 1.5 diesel engine and it is very good at low range. Quite nippy around town if you are in the right gear, it surprises a few people off the…