The most widely used crossover on the market, this first generation Captur owes its success not only to its consistency but also to its versatility.
From 2013 to 2019, from 7,500 €
Replaced at the end of 2019 by the current generation, this Captur I, born in 2013, and restyled in 2017, is the most popular urban crossover on the market, both new and used. Outraged a seductive dress, and customizable, it owes its success to its great homogeneity. Despite its compact size (4.12 m) it enjoys good habitability, reinforced by a sliding bench. Its behavior is very balanced (it shares its technical base with the Clio and Nissan Juke of previous generations), its very smooth driving and its driving position, dominant, pleasant. If its equipment is rather rich, with, in particular, the R-Link touchscreen multimedia system, often standard, thedepreciation can be judged a firm chouia. More efficient and barely more expensive than the 90 hp, this TCe 120 petrol offers the choice between manual gearbox and robotic EDC. In diesel, the dCi 90 is more than enough against the 110 hp, a little more expensive.
Despite a perfectible build quality and some electronics concerns, this Captur is quite reliable.
- Engines : sometimes impossible to start, with charge indicator light on (battery).
- Braking : leak in a hose, poorly fixed (reminder spring 2015).
- EDC box : bumped management, with warning light; eye-catching reports (box replacements).
- Electronic : R-Link navigation and multimedia bugs; fuel gauge or reversing camera malfunctions.
- Passenger compartment : nightingales.
Examples of announcements
1.2 TCe 120 EDC Intens, 2014 56 000 km 9 900 €
1.5 dCi 90 Life, 2014 43 000 km 9 400 €
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