The revamped Renault Captur will cost from £15,355 on-the-road, with order books now open.
Bolder, with a more assertive look, the facelifted Captur is now closer in style to its Renault crossover siblings - the Kadjar and Koleos. It also features a more ‘luxurious and refined interior’ says Renault with a new top-of-the-range Signature S Nav version also being added.
The revamp also adds new equipment including full LED “Pure Vision” headlights (depending on version). This technology ‘sharpens the car’s looks’ says Renault and improves safety. LED daytime running lights are built into the lower bumper in a C shape, forming the brand’s light signature. The rear lights feature the same signature, visible day and night.
There are five trim levels available across a 24-strong version line-up, which is available with front parking sensors, Blind Spot Warning, Hands-Free Parking and fixed panoramic sunroof.
The engine line-up promised CO2 emissions as low as 95g/km with fuel economy of up to 78.5mpg (NEDC combined).