Renault is in no mood to settle and the much awaited “Renault Captur” has launched today with a token amount of Rs. 25000 for the booking of this spectacular crossover.
After setting a manufacturing plant in India February 2008, this French automotive firm has continued to aghast the Indian population with its ravishing, fuel-efficient models. Renault has continued with its expertise in areas of both SUVs and hatchback. “Duster” and “Kwid” are the examples of this claim.
The new “CAPTUR” is an S-Cross competitor and is priced at 9.99 lacks for the base model RXE of the petrol variant, 11.4 for the diesel variant and 11.7 for the top model RXT of the petrol variant, 13.88 for the platine for the diesel variant.
The language of the design of this new model is in resemblance to company’s other models or perhaps with a larger diamond badge. Starting from the front, we can see a smiley grille with horizontal slats and chrome lined lower half. To give the headlamp an enhancing look the projectors are with LED DRLs. Tail design is simple but contoured with LED tail lamps and a blacked out lower half of the bumper enamored with Audi-esque dynamic turn indicators. Lastly, the teaser video reveals split-spoke petal shaped alloy wheels finished in brushed aluminum.
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As for the engines, you have the 1.5-litre dCi turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine powering the front wheels of the Captur. The 1.5-litre mill is offered with the Duster in two states of tune – 84bhp and 108bhp and will most probably be the same on the Captur along with the five and six-speed gearboxes. The petrol mill will be the 1.6-litre 102bhp four-cylinder engine also from the Duster.
The new Renault “CAPTUR” might jeopardize the position of its contemporaries such As Hyundai Creta, Jeep compass in the mobile market and might impact the sales.
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