Used Renault Captur 2013-present review


Used Renault Captur 13-present
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Renault Captur hatchback?

The Captur now sits in a huge and thriving class of small SUVs, which includes pricey premium products from Audi and BMW as well as better value used cars like the three we've singled out here.

The Suzuki Vitara is a similar size to the Captur. It’s good to drive, has a practical interior and is well equipped. Countered against that its CO2 emissions are quite high.

The Kia Soul is spacious inside, well equipped and decent to drive. Like the Vitara, its CO2 emissions are quite high, and its steering isn’t the most communicative.

The Suzuki Ignis is slightly smaller overall, but it’s very good value for money. It’s fun to drive and well equipped. Its ride is rather firm, however, and it’s noisy at speed.


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Used Renault Captur 13-present
Used Renault Captur 13-present
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The Renault Captur is a good car if you want small hatchback size and costs, but with a slightly elevated driving position

  • Practical interior
  • Impressive refinement
  • Well equipped
  • Poor interior quality
  • Performance is weak
  • Rear leg room tight