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Renault Captur Review : Long-term report three

Tim says farewell to the Renault Captur Dynamique, but not before testing out some of its unique features...

Renault Captur Review : Long-term report two

CarAdvice's national sales director Benn labels the Captur "easily the worst car I've ever driven" during its second month in the Sydney garage...

Renault Captur Review : Long-term report one

Suspending reality, Tim trades in his Mitsubishi Mirage and his carefree youth for a new Renault Captur and a professional, 'active' lifestyle.

2015 Renault Captur Expression Review

No doubt a fun and funky little jigger, the entry-level Renault Captur can't quite match its Clio base car for praise...

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Renault Captur Comparisons

Honda HR-V VTi-S v Renault Captur Dynamique : Comparison Review

The term 'crossover' is now as much about bridging generational gaps as it is about mashing up body styles. Whether you're a young first-car buyer, baby boomer retiree or small family in between, the blossoming compact people mover segment is increasingly targeting buyer niches with idiosyncratic models...

Peugeot 2008 v Renault Captur : Comparison Review

So, you like French brands. You like SUVs. You like the idea of personalising your car to be unique and to stand out from the crowd. Well, you haven’t really been spoilt for choice -- until now. That’s because there are now two models on the Australian market that will tick all of those boxes. They are the all-new Renault Captur and the recently refreshed Peugeot 2008...

Renault Captur News

Renault Kaptur unveiled: A longer, wider Captur only for Russia

The Renault Kaptur was revealed overnight in Russia, and it's significantly longer and wider than the Captur with a C that's sold in the rest of the world. According to Renault's tape measure, the new Kaptur is 4333mm long, 1813mm wide, 1613mm tall and rides on a 2674mm wheelbase...

Renault ‘Grand Captur’ SUV spied testing

A camouflaged prototype of what has become known as the ‘Grand Captur’ has been spied testing in Europe this week, hinting at a new addition to the existing Captur range. As its press-blessed moniker suggests, the so-called Grand Captur appears to be a stretched version of the compact SUV first revealed early in 2013...

Renault Clio and Captur Expression+ limited editions released

The limited edition Renault Clio Expression+ and Captur Expression+ variants are now available in Australia, boosting the value of the French brand’s city-sized hatch and SUV models. At $21,390 plus on-road costs, the Clio Expression+ EDC (dual-clutch automatic) costs $1100 more than the Expression EDC on which it’s based, yet claims to add $2000 in extra equipment...

Renault Captur gets five-star ANCAP safety rating despite lacking rear airbag protection

Australian safety body ANCAP has announced a five-star safety rating for the just-launched Renault Captur crossover, even though the Clio-based vehicle misses out on airbags for the second row. Recent changes to the way ANCAP awards ratings means that despite missing airbags for rear seat passengers, the Captur still gets a five-star rating...

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Renault Captur Owner Reviews

2015 Renault Captur Dynamique Review

I have had my Captur for 2 months and so far loving it. As I drive 2 hours a day, I was specifically looking for a car that was economical, but also had a great look, had integrated Bluetooth and navigation and offered a higher seating position, to allow for better visibility while in traffic. To find the elevation I was looking for, I test drove mainly small SUV type cars...

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