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Welcome to the 2018 Renault Captur. Special thanks to VKV Groep & Renault in Spijkenisse, the Netherlands for making this video possible. Don't forget to check out their website through the links below. https://www.vkvgroep.nl/vestigingen/vkv-renault-spijkenisse/ https://www.vkvgroep.nl/ Video made by Flaxhax This video is all about the 2018 Captur. I will go over the exterior, interior, infotainment system, and some of the most important features in full detail. Furthermore, after discussing these, I will take the Captur for a test drive. The most important objectives of this video are to let you know, whether or not you are a potential buyer, how the car drives, the quality, the overall exterior and interior look, the performance, etc. Make sure to subcribe to Flaxhax for more full reviews. https://www.youtube.com/user/Flaxhax?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me on Instagram for car spots and sneak peeks! https://www.instagram.com/flaxhax/ What did you think of this video? Please leave a comment and let me know! The feedback and support is greatly appreciated. Music: Song: Joakim Karud - Luvly (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/N7uYl4yPlM0 Thank you for watching Flaxhax.
Renault was quick to notice the trend towards crossover SUVs. Back in 2013 it brought out the Captur, which was just a little bit more of a car than a subcompact. The current version of the off-roader makes the dash to 100 km/h in 11.4 seconds. For more Drive it! go to: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/drive-it/s-9690
Captur is Renault's smallest crossover. For people who don't want a big car but still want an SUV, because that's just popular these days. I especially like the front, as it gives the feeling of a larger vehicle, while the LED headlights look good. The bumper houses LED daylight running lights, the shape of which mark a Renault from afar. Hypnothis by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100634 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
The much-awaited Renault Captur compact SUV has been unveiled, and I got my hands on it for a drive in lush green Goa. This allowed me a mix of tight and narrow country roads, spurts of thick traffic, winding hilly bits and yes – rough broken roads too. The Captur has finally launched in India and is available in 1.5 litre diesel and petrol. The oil burner is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox while the petrol comes with a 5-speed. There is no automatic on either sadly – a big miss in my book, especially given that Renault is pitching this car at us as holding a premium, sophisticated and high-end appeal. Dimensions Renault Captur Length 4329mm Wheelbase 2673mm Width 1813mm Height 1619mm Tyre Size 215/60 R17 Boot Volume 392 litres (expandable to 1352 litres) Ground Clearance 210mm Fuel Tank 50 litres K9K 1.5 dci Diesel Displacement 1461cc Max. Power 107.8 bhp @ 4000 rpm Peak Torque 260 Nm @ 1750 rpm Transmission 6-Speed Manual 1.5 H4KL Petrol Displacement 1498cc Max. Power 103.8 bhp @ 5600 rpm Peak Torque 142 Nm @ 4000 rpm Transmission 5-Speed Manual It is stylish, offers unique style and is unlike another product in many ways. The fact that Renault is going to town with personalization options is also great. These span everything from excessive (!) chrome add-ons to theme-based decals, even an array of roof wraps and a cool chrome embellishment for the front grille (kind of reminds me of the A-Class’ diamond grille). Now to the prices – which start at ₹ 9.99 lakh for the petrol and go all the up to ₹ 13.88 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the top-end diesel model. The car will compete in the C-SUV space (compact SUV) and that currently sees products like Creta, Compass, etc. All I know is that I would have been surprised if Renault were to price the car at a premium.
Renault Captur test drive review – Specifications
Specification Renault Captur Petrol Renault Captur Diesel
Engine 1,498 cc H4K 1,461 cc K9K
Power 106 PS @ 5600 RPM 110 PS @ 4000 RPM
Torque 142 Nm @ 4000 RPM 240 Nm @ 1750 RPM
Transmissio 5-speed Manual 6-speed Manual
Mileage -NA- -NA-