The French auto maker Renault had recently created quite a stir in the market with the unveiling of its Captur compact SUV. The global auto giant will be launching the Captur for the Indian market on November 6, 2017. According to sources the Renault Captur has already been dispatched to Renault's 300+ showrooms across the country and will be reaching most showrooms quite soon. This also hints at launch any time soon.
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The Renault Captur when launched will go up against the likes of the
Hyundai Creta and the Jeep Compass. Renault has built the Captur on the B0
platform, the very same as the duster compact SUV. But the French auto maker
has given the Captur a more premium appeal with some useful features. Powering
the compact SUV as well are the same power train options found on the Duster. The
Captur will be offered with dual tone body colour options. Also on offer are
full LED headlamps with unique floating side indicators and C-shaped LED DRLs.
Renault has also bolted on R17 Crystal Cut alloys which gives the Captur a
The Captur gets features such
as a 6-way manually adjusted driver seat, LED ambient lighting, puddle lamps,
3.0 ULC multimedia infotainment system, bluetooth, voice recognition, maps,
automatic climate control, rear ac vents and a lot more. The Captur gets a boot
space of 392 litres which can be extended to 1352 litres. Renault has given the
Captur many features for convenience and comfort and ensured it gets just the
right bells and whistles but what remains to be seen is the price point the
manufacturer brings it in.
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