Renault car reviews Renault Captur reviews

  • NEW PRICE: £12,530 - £19,930
  • USED PRICE: From £8,695

Renault says the Clio-based Captur offers the best of three worlds: MPV, SUV and family hatchback. Does that make it a ‘Jacques’ of all trades, but master of none?

Latest model: Renault Captur (2013-)

Pros and cons

  • Striking styling, efficient engines, spacious interior
  • Con: Firm suspension, Renault reliability is average

New Renault Captur reviews

The Captur is a new kind of car for Renault. It’s based on the Clio, but has chunkier styling, extra ground clearance and more interior space. It taps into the trend for supermini-sized SUVs – a market defined by the bug-eyed Nissan Juke, which defied expectations to become a huge sales hit. Can the Captur repeat that success? Find out in our first drive.

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Our initial thoughts on the Renault Captur

 

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1 New Renault Captur review available

  • Renault Captur (2013-)

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    New price: £12,530 - £19,930

    The Captur is Renault's supermini-sized SUV, based on the Clio. It's spacious and stylish, but should you buy one?

Used Renault Captur reviews

The Captur is too new for us to have reliability data. However, it's good value for money, at around £4,000 less than a Mini Countryman, and should also be relatively cheap to run. Renault claims fuel economy of up to 76.4mpg.

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1 Used Renault Captur review available

Renault Captur reviews

The Renault Captur is a small crossover first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.