French automaker Renault has introduced the
new Captur in India at a starting price of Rs. 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom India).
This is an introductory price for the premium compact SUV which takes on the
likes of the Hyundai Creta. The new 2017 Renault Captur showcases a bold and
contemporary design and is now available across showrooms in India in 4 trims
for the diesel powered vehicle and 3 trims for the petrol powered version.
The Captur offers consumers some best in
class features such as a ground clearance of 210mm and also comes with an
elevated driving position. The French automaker has introduced an Innovative
Lighting System (ILS) on the Captur. The compact SUV features Sparkle full LED
headlamps with floating turn indicators, Ripple tail lamps and LED ambient
lighting inside the car. Other features include C-shaped Sapphire LED DRLs,
automatic climate control, rear ac vents, 7' infotainment unit with USB, AUX
and Bluetooth connectivity, steering mounted controls and push button start
with remote central locking.
Powering the new Captur will be Renault's
tried and tested 1.5L K9K 4 cylinder dCi diesel engine and the 1.5 H4K
4 cylinder petrol engine. Renault will be offering the top spec Platine version
only with the diesel power train option and not with the petrol variant. The
other variants for the Captur are RXE, RXL and RXT. The Captur has been
introduced in both monotone and dual tone colour schemes along with multiple
personalisation options which include 7 exclusive fashion inspired dual tone
combinations, 5 exciting monotone body colour options, 16 different roof decal
designs, 2 innovative themed personalisation packs and more than 40
Rs. 9.99 lakh
Rs. 11.07 lakh
Rs. 11.69 lakh
Rs. 11.39 lakh
Rs. 12.47 lakh
Rs. 13.09 lakh
Rs. 13.88 lakh
All prices are ex-showroom All India
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