- 2021 Renault Captur price and specs detailed
- Three variants for new small SUV, with first deliveries in April
- Prices starting from $28,190 before on-road costs
- Wide range of technology and personalisation options on offer
Australian pricing and specification details of the 2021 Renault Captur have been confirmed, ahead of first customer deliveries commencing in April.
Renault's new-generation small SUV will touch down with a choice of three variants, offering an array of active safety technologies (though many of which are limited to optional packages), large infotainment screens and turbo-petrol power.
All Captur models are powered by a 1.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, sending 113kW and 270Nm to the front wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Renault claims an 8.6-second 0-100km/h time, while combined fuel economy is claimed at 6.6L/100km, with 95 RON premium fuel required as a minimum.
Above and throughout: European-spec Renault Captur pictured.
Opening the range is the Captur Life, priced from $28,190 before on-road costs.
Standard equipment from the base grade up includes automatic LED headlights, tail-lights and indicators, 17-inch alloy wheels (with a space-saver spare wheel), a 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 4.2-inch driver information display, a six-speaker Arkamys sound system, black/grey fabric interior trim and an electric parking brake.
There's also manual air conditioning, manually-adjustable front seats, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, tyre pressure monitoring, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, electrically-adjustable door mirrors, and tinted windows.
Standard active safety features include autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, lane-keep assist, traffic-sign recognition, cruise control (with a speed limiter) and six airbags.
Life buyers can option the $1000 Peace of Mind package, which includes blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and power-folding side mirrors, along with 'one-tone' metallic paint for $650, two-tone solid paint for $450, and two-tone metallic paint for $1000.
Stepping up to the $30,790 (before on-road costs) Captur Zen includes climate control, a heated leather steering wheel, keyless entry, push-button start, automatic 'walk-away' door locking, rain-sensing wipers, wireless smartphone charging, and the contents of the aforementioned Peace of Mind package.
Options available with the Captur Zen include adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go ($500), one-tone metallic paint ($650) and two-tone metallic paint ($650). Unlike the Life, two-tone solid paint is now included in the Zen's list price, alongside the carry-over one-tone solid palette.
Sitting atop the range is the Captur Intens, priced from $35,790 before on-road costs.
Equipment additions over the Zen include a 9.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and satellite navigation, a 7.0-inch digital instrument display, 18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, black leather seats, a 360-degree camera, heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver's seat (with manual lumbar support) and brighter 'eco' LED headlights.
There's also eight-colour ambient LED cabin lighting, 'animated' LED tail-lights, a shift-by-wire gear selector, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, three drive modes (MyMode, Sport and Eco), a nine-speaker Bose premium sound system, privacy glass, exterior chrome accents, grey roof rails, front seat-back map pockets, and two rear USB ports.
Optional packages on the flagship Intens include the $2000 Easy Life Package, which adds hands-free semi-autonomous parking, a configurable 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, auto high-beam, side parking sensors and a frameless rear-view mirror.
An available, no-cost Orange Signature Package deletes heated front seats and electric driver's seat adjustment, but adds black and orange cloth upholstery, and orange accents on the door armrests, dashboard and centre console.
Adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go remains a $500 extra, while personalisation options comprise $650 two-tone metallic paint and $650 one-tone metallic paint. As with the mid-spec Zen, onle-tone and two-tone solid paint finishes are included as standard.
One-tone colours include Smokey Blue (solid), Diamond Black metallic, Oyster Grey metallic, Highland Grey metallic, Pearl White metallic, Atacama Orange metallic, Flame Red metallic and Iron Blue metallic.
All of the aforementioned hues are available in two-tone form – all non-black colours include a Diamond Black contrast roof, while the Diamond Black base colour is available with an Atacama Orange roof, exclusively on the flagship Intens.
A five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty is standard across the range, as is up to five years of roadside assist, and five years/150,000km of capped-price servicing.
The 2021 Renault Captur is now available to order, with test drives commencing in March, and the first customer deliveries set for April.
2021 Renault Captur Australian pricing
- Captur Life – $28,190
- Captur Zen – $30,790
- Captur Intens – $35,790
Note: All prices exclude on-road costs.
- Peace of Mind Package (Life) – $1000
- Adaptive cruise control (Zen and Intens) – $500
- Easy Life Package (Intens) – $2000
- Orange Signature Package (Intens) – $0
- One-tone metallic paint (all variants) – $650
- Two-tone solid paint (Life) – $450
- Two-tone metallic paint – $1000 (Life), $650 (Zen and Intens)