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Driving

Price (on the road)

Β£15,300-Β£24,050

Target Price (cash)

Β£13,568-Β£21,268

Company car buyer

RENAULT CAPTUR Hatchback 0.9 TCE 90 Dynamique MediaNav Energy 5dr

The Renault Captur 0.9 TCe 90 Dynamique Media Nav is a likeable, practical and interesting car. It offers the best blend of price, economy, performance and equipment in the range, so is our favourite model.

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Private car buyer

RENAULT CAPTUR Hatchback 0.9 TCE 90 Dynamique MediaNav Energy 5dr

The Renault Captur 0.9 TCe 90 Dynamique Media Nav is a likeable, practical and interesting car. It offers the best blend of price, economy, performance and equipment in the range, so is our favourite model.

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Contract Hire Leasing Rates

Β£196.69-Β£276.29/month

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Engines

1.5 dCi 110
This is a more powerful version of the 1.5 dCi 90, with 109bhp and 30lb ft more torque for increased low-end shove. It accelerates much more quickly than the dCi 90, and is a good option if you do lots of motorway miles, but you pay a big premium for it over the reasonably priced 0.9-litre petrol. Like the lower-powered diesel, this engine isn’t available with an automatic gearbox.
1.5 dCi 90
The lower-powered Captur diesel is more economical than the TCe 90 petrol, plus it has more mid-range shove, so you don’t have to rev it as hard to get the best performance at higher speeds. It bumps the price up a lot, though, and outright pace is still slow. It can be combined with a manual or automatic gearbox. It’s only available with a manual gearbox.
1.2 TCE 120
This petrol is the quickest engine in the line-up and it’s noticeably quicker than the 0.9. It’s not as economical as the other engines though, and makes the Captur pretty expensive to buy. The automatic version is best avoided, because it can be hesitant and jerky to drive.
Our pick
0.9 TCE 90
This turbocharged petrol is the entry-level engine, and our favourite. Not only does it make the Captur good value, it’s also ideal for driving around town, because it feels nippy at low revs and is more refined than the diesels. It comes with a manual gearbox only.

Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

50.4-78.5 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

101-98 g/km

VED Tax band

How much will it cost you?

F-F

Boot capacity

How much space is there?

1235 litres

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