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Renault Captur

Renault Captur (France, 2013-present)

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The Captur’s styling was inspired by the new Clio. It is slightly boxier, though, and its white roof gives a pleasant contrast.

The Captur measures 4.12m, and with its wheels pushed to the edges and forward windscreen, it has remarkable interior room. Renault’s designers tried to make the cabin colorful and airy to be unpretentious and inviting. The car will come standard with hands-free entry, hill start assist and rear parking sensors when it goes on sale.

Renault has also built a new, optional touchscreen infotainment system called R-Link that includes Bluetooth, audio streaming and optional navigation.

The car will be offered with a group of engines shared with the new Clio and the cleanest models will produce 96g/km of CO2.



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Engines

The Renault Captur aims to be the category leader in terms of low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

At launch the urban crossover will be available with a choice between four engines, two petrol and two diesel. The petrol engines are the Energy TCe 90 with a fuel consumption of 4.9l/100km and 113g of CO2 emissions and a TCe 120 with CO2 emissions of 125g/km and a fuel economy of 5.4l/100km.

The diesel units include a Energy dCi 90 and a dCi 90 with 95 and 104g/km of CO2 emissions and 3.7 and 4.1l/100km of fuel consumption, respectively. According to Renault the dCi 90 engine will only be available at a later date.



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Louis Renault, his brothers Marcel and Fernand and his friends Thomas Evert and Julian Wyer established the company in 1898, after several orders began being placed for Louis Renault to build cars. Then, Société Renault Frères was founded in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, and the headquarters is still placed there today. Louis was an engineer himself and was responsible for the engineering and des...  more

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