This second generation Renault Captur remains one of the most homogeneous urban crossovers on the market.
Since 2019, from €15,000
This second generation of the Captur further refines its qualities, becoming one of the most homogeneous small urban crossovers on the market. In addition to a less divisive design than that of the Peugeot 2008, which remains the main reason for purchase, and can be personalized thanks to different body and roof colors, as well as packs, it combines habitability and modularity. To sliding bench allows priority to be given to the rear seats or the load volume (from 422/536 to 1,275 litres). Very similar to that of the Clio, its dashboard, which incorporates a 9.3” touch screen, demonstrates good quality, both in terms of materials and finish. Very smooth to drive, it provides behavior could not be more rigorous, based on the Clio platform, favored by firm typed damping. To the small 3-cylinder 1.0 liter of 100 hp, available in bi-fuel gasoline / LPG, we will prefer, on the road, the 1.3 TCe 130 hp, available with an EDC robotic gearbox (140 hp). Not to mention the traditional 1.5 dCi with 95 or 115 hp.
No serious failure, nor immobilizing, but many failures, often of electronic origin.
- 1.3 TCe engine : rare cooling or stop & start (and battery) failures .
- Electronic : dashboard going out, engine warning lights, tire pressure, folkloric pre-collision, malfunction of memorizing settings, of the radio, etc.
- air conditioning : random operation, difficult settings…
- Interior : faulty driver’s seat belt retractor (reminder of models produced in November and December 2018); poor bonding of the panoramic roof (recall of models produced in August and September 2019); nightingales (doors, windows) and wind noises at the door seals.
Examples of announcements
1.0 TCe 100 GPL Zen 2020 9 000 km 16 900 €
1.3 TCe 130 Intens 2020 15 000 km 17 400 €
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