Is Renault Captur good car?
Renault hasn’t disappointed with the latest Captur – performance is fine, running costs are sound, and the level of standard equipment is strong, so the Captur looks like a great choice. So, if you’re after a versatile, all-round performer, then the Renault Captur should definitely be at the top of your shopping list.
Is the new Renault Captur bigger than the old one?
The original Renault Captur was a pioneer in the crossover segment but can the second-generation move the game on further? The new Captur sits on the same CMF-B platform as the latest Clio and it’s 110mm longer, 19mm wider and 17mm taller than the original model.
What is the top of the range Renault Captur?
At the top of the range in performance terms is the TCe 155. This engine is only available with a seven-speed automatic gearbox, which promises 152hp and claims to emit 142g/km of CO2. Top speed is the highest of all the new Capturs (126mph) and 0 to 62mph takes 8.6 seconds.
Are there different sizes of Renault Captur?
Size. Overall length of the Captur has increased to 4,227mm, with width at 1,797mm (excluding mirrors) and height of 1,576mm. In comparison, the Ford Puma is 20mm shorter, 8mm wider and stands 1,537mm tall, while the Peugeot 2008 is 4,300mm long, 1,770mm wide and 1,550mm in height.
What is the difference between Renault Captur iconic and Dynamique?
Renault Captur prices and specification Iconic, which is £405 less than the previous Dynamique Nav version, includes climate control, seven-inch touchscreen multimedia navigation system, Bluetooth, automatic headlights and wipers, 17-inch alloy wheels and rear parking sensors.
Does a Renault Captur have a timing belt or chain?
Every Renault Captur engine is cambelt-driven and this will need replacement every six years or 90,000 miles, which will cost around £420. Every five years or 90,000 miles the coolant should be replaced, and the brake fluid is due a change every three years or 72,000 miles.
Do Renault Captur seats fold flat?
Fold the rear seats flat and boot space can be extended to 1,275 litres in the petrol and diesel versions, or 1,118 litres in the plug-in hybrid.
Is a Renault Captur front or rear wheel drive?
Despite its crossover appearance, the Captur is front-wheel drive and features Renault’s new ‘RX2’ mechanical self-locking differential to transfer the available torque to the driven wheel with the most grip.