which model to choose (price, finishes, options)?

The Renault Captur 2 was launched just over 2 years ago. With all its different versions, it can be difficult to choose! Here’s a little guide to help you see more clearly …

Introduced in 2013, the Renault Captur first of the name was a great success. In 2019, the diamond brand presents its successor at the Frankfurt Motor Show with the marketing that began in January 2020.

For that Capture according to the name, adds Renault more efficient engines (including the addition of a plug-in hybrid version Captur E-Tech hybrid connector), more elaborate design with sharper lines and lots of more modern equipment.

Here is a brief summary of the many engines i options available to help you choose the version you need!

What finishes are available for Captur?

Renault has completely revised the finishes of the Capture. It now comes with 6 finishes, all hybrid or gasoline. These are currently available:

Balance: from € 23,400

This version is the basic finish of Captur. For a price from € 23,100, the Captur will be quite sober in terms of accessories, but the basic equipment will be present. For example, you will have access to multimedia system complete (the system EASY LINK), with a compatible 7-inch screen Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as Bluetooth. A cruise control and speed limiter will also be included. Finally, the air conditioning will be manual at this price level.

Update: from € 24,750

This second level of finish smoothly evolves the basic version “Balance.” For this price level you will have tires 17-inch alloys “Eridis”, GPS navigation with the EASY LINK system, rear parking assistance and even air-conditioned exterior mirrorselectrically adjustable and foldable.

Technique: from € 28,000

The Techno finish is still a step above the version “Evolution”. This level of finish adds, as its name suggests, a lot of integrated technology, but also a more beautiful exterior design. The look changes with ptwo-tone paint (ceiling, mirror housing, windshield pillars) and so on joalloy wheels 18-inch gray diamond pasadena. Automatic air conditioning will be integrated, and driving comfort level you will find the function Renault MULTI-SENSE, as well as a reversing camera for parking assistance.

Rive Gauche limited series: from € 28,900

This limited series “Left Bank” released earlier this year is available for € 900 more than the Techno version. Inspired by Parisian elegance, the special series is distinguished on the outside by bright black elementswhich replace the different chrome: they are in the brand’s logos, the letters, the radiator grille, the ceiling, the antenna, the mirrors, the front and rear shoes, the door trim, not to mention the Pasadena alloy 18 inches. wheels.

RS line: from € 30,000

This version RS Line is the sports version of the Captur. This finish includes the EASY LINK with 9.3-inch screen as well as replicated dashboard navigation. Also, you have a tcontrol panel with 10-inch digital screen and customizable, thefront and rear parking aids and jo18-inch alloy wheels RSLine. Inside and out, an RS Line signature personalizes the car. Below you will find specific seats, a grille and a slightly different suspension from the other versions.

Iconic: from € 34,000

The latest level, the Iconic version, is available from € 34,000. For this price, you will be entitled to the center console flying with one e-shifter shift lever (automatic and electronic lever) as well as a central armrest. In terms of comfort, we can highlight the incorporation of heated front seats, as well as a dashboard with 10-inch digital screen and customizable and the Easy Park Assist function that facilitates parking.

Which engine to choose for the Captur?

  • 1.0 TCe 90 petrol (manual gearbox, 6 gears – 3 cylinders – 999 cm3 – 90 hp at 4600 rpm – 6.6 l / 100 km – 1258 kg – top speed: 163 km / h):
    The 90 hp three-cylinder turbo already offers enough performance despite the low light times. Thus, when advancing or rising strongly,
    it often forces you to play cash control. However, approval remains satisfactory in everyday life. And on the highway it holds “the 130” without difficulty. In terms of consumption, expect an average of 6.6 l / 100 km, which is still reasonable. The other advantage of this small engine lies in its discretion.
  • 1.3 TCe 140 petrol (manual gearbox, 6 gears – 4 cylinders – 1333 cm3 – 140 hp at 4500 rpm – 6.8 l / 100 km – 1295 kg – top speed: 192 km / h):
    Replacing the TCe 130, this new engine benefits from a microhybrid system. Here, the alternator-starter coupled to a small 12V battery supports the gasoline engine during the acceleration phases. In use, the four-cylinder turbo shows great flexibility at low revs, as well as exemplary smoothness. And despite its larger displacement, this 1.3 TCe has nothing to be ashamed of in terms of fuel consumption compared to the small 1.0. It states an average of 6.8 l / 100 km. In addition, thanks to its limited C02 emissions, this version is exempt from the ecological penalty.
  • 1.3 TCe 140 EDC7 petrol (7-speed automatic transmission – 4 cylinders – 1333 cm3 – 140 hp at 4500 rpm – 6.6 l / 100 km – 1324 kg – top speed: 199 km / h):
    The 1.3 TCe 140 combines with the compelling EDC7 automatic gearbox. Despite a slight lack of response, the EDC box shows a certain softness and provides a pleasurable pleasure. It will definitely delight those who drive a lot in the city. Better yet, consumption is reduced compared to the manual gearbox version. On average, it has 0.2 l / 100 km less, or 6.6 l / 100 km. On the other hand, with 80 to 120 km / h achieved in 5s9, this mechanism is still very efficient in terms of time.
  • 1.0 TCe 100 LPG (manual gearbox, 6 gears – 3 cylinders – 999 cm3 – 100 hp at 5000 rpm – 9 l / 100 km – 1312 kg – top speed: 169 km / h):
    This bi-fuel model receives a 40 liter LPG tank (at the location of the spare wheel). When running on gas, the 1.0 TCe gains 10 hp and improves performance. This is felt to be in use, even if the reminders are still muffled (too bad the new six-speed gearbox takes a long time). Thanks to the price of gas at the pump, the cost of use is extremely advantageous. And this, although the consumption of TCe increases by 2.4 l / 100 km when running on LPG.
  • E-Tech 145 hybrid (automatic transmission – 4 cylinders – 1598 cm3 – 145 hp combined – 6.5 l / 100 km – 1446 kg – top speed: 160 km / h):
    The 1.3 TCe 140 EDC, the Captur non-rechargeable hybrid, is based on a 1.6 petrol engine and two electric units powered by a 1.2 kWh battery. During the braking and acceleration phases, the latter recharges quickly. Thus, the periods of 100% electric driving reduce the consumption in the city by 1.1 l / 100 km compared to the TCe 140 EDC. But when it comes to driving, the hybrid Captur E-Tech struggles to convince. The performance is average and the mechanics lack fluidity. In addition, the automatic teller machine. the clutch emits a few shocks.
  • E-Tech 160 plug-in hybrid (automatic transmission – 4 cylinders – 1598 cm3 – 160 hp combined – 6.2 l / 100 km – 1600 kg – top speed: 173 km / h):
    The plug-in hybrid Captur is based on the same mechanical assembly as the 145 hp version. Its power rises to 160 hp thanks to a larger battery of 9.8 kWh. Once recharged, it can travel an average of 35 km in all-electric mode and even up to 42 km in the city. Not bad, for those who can easily connect. When the battery is empty, the consumption is still quite reasonable (6.2 l / 100 km). On the other hand, with this version
    dear, you will not escape the little whims of the dog box.

What colors are available?

  • Smoky navy blue – with blue, white, gray or black roof
  • Alabaster White – with white, orange or black roof
  • Blue Iron – with blue, white, gray or black roof (metal)
  • Highland Gray – with gray, orange or black roof (metal)
  • Cassiopea gray – with gray, orange or black roof (metal)
  • Starry black – with black, orange, gray or white roof (metal)
  • Orange Atacama – with orange, gray, white or black roof (metal)
  • Pearly white – with white, orange, gray or black roof (special)
  • Red Flame – with red or black roof (special)

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