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2020 Renault Captur spied

Spy photographers have captured images of a small Renault crossover believed to be based on the next-gen Clio hatchback this week, which could point to a replacement for the current Captur. Despite the heavy camouflage concealing much of this vehicle, we can see Renault's fascia design through the black-and-white wrap, with large headlights joined through the middle by a trim strip – likely to be finished in chrome...

2019 Renault Captur Coupe spied

The rumoured Renault Captur Coupe has been spied during development testing, ahead of a reveal at the Moscow motor show in August. While not officially confirmed by the French brand, the new SUV it teased this week ahead of the Russian event is widely believed to be a preview for a coupe-styled Captur small SUV – the two will be related in similar fashion to the BMW X4 and X6...

Renault teases new compact SUV

Renault has teased a new compact SUV on social media this morning, ahead of a full reveal at the Moscow motor show in August. The front-on shot doesn't reveal much about the car, beside the fact it'll have a face inspired by the Megane, and that Renault wants it to be a 'real breakthrough' in the Russian market...

2018 Renault Captur pricing and specs

The refreshed 2018 Renault Captur range has hit Australian showrooms, bringing a raft of cosmetic and equipment upgrades to the little French SUV. Kicking off at $23,990 drive-away, the new Captur features a revised model range, with entry-level Zen and top-spec Intens names aligning with the Clio, Megane and Koleos line-ups...

2017 Renault Captur unveiled ahead of Geneva debut - UPDATE

The 2017 Renault Captur has been revealed ahead of its international debut at next week's Geneva motor show. The French brand's small SUV has been revamped with a range of changes inside and out, in a move that Renault will hope see the Captur remain on the shopping list for compact crossovers - locally, we're talking: in Europe it was the biggest selling model in that segment last year, with a huge 215,670 sales...

Renault Captur facelift and 'EV surprise' coming to Geneva

An updated Renault Captur will be one vehicle among a multitude of reveals by the French automaker at the upcoming Geneva motor show. Renault says that the updated Captur will have "more distinctive styling and new technologies". This means that the small crossover will likely gain a new front-end design with C-shaped headlights and a larger grille, similar to one setup seen on the latest Koleos and Megane models...

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...

2015 Renault Captur pricing and specifications

The Renault Captur has finally landed in Australia, launching today from $22,990 plus on-road costs. The Captur’s arrival comes almost two years after we first drove Renault’s Clio-based baby crossover at its international launch in France in 2013...

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