Renault Captur

Renault Captur Parkers 2015-07-08

Launched in 2013, the Renault Captur is the French marque’s first attempt at a small crossover, combining the spacious elements of a people carrier with the looks of an 4x4. Think of it as a Renault Clio on stilts and you’re not far off. 

Launched in 2013, the Renault Captur is the French marque’s first attempt at a small crossover, combining the spacious elements of a people carrier with the looks of an 4x4. Think of it as a Renault Clio on stilts and you’re not far off. 

It’s a close competitor for the Nissan Juke (with which it shares its underpinnings and some of its engines), as well as the MINI Countryman, Peugeot 2008 and Suzuki Vitara

Reinforcing that this is not a fully-blown off-roader, the Renault Captur is only available with front-wheel drive and is powered by a range of economical, small-capacity engines. Diesel versions are fitted with the familiar 1.5-litre dCi range, while the TCe-badged petrol motors are just 0.9- and 1.2-litres in capacity.

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Renault Captur 4x4 2013 on

4 out of 5
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New price range:
£15,725 - £22,065

Used price range:
£4,821 - £17,550

  • Easy to drive
  • Eye-catching looks
  • Low running costs
  • Lots of kit
  • Seats too firm
  • Seats lack side support
  • Relatively small boot