What should I look for in a used Renault Captur hatchback?
The Captur will have been used in tight car parks and on school and work runs so it’s worth checking the bodywork for any scuffs. Also check the alloy wheels for any kerb damage. Check the seat material for any difficult-to-remove marks and the seats’ operation, as well as the boot lid.
What are the most common problems with a used Renault Captur hatchback?
Owners have reported non-engine electrical faults most, notably with the sat-nav and air-con systems and their controls, although most of these have been fixed within the Captur’s four-year warranty period.
Is a used Renault Captur hatchback reliable?
In our most recent reliability survey, the Captur finished mid-way down the table of small SUVs, recording a more than respectable 95% figure for reported problems. Renault as a brand finished in 19th place out of 32 manufacturers, a more disappointing result than the firm has posted in recent surveys.
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