Renault Captur Review 19

The retail price for the Renault Captur – which was first previewed here in July last year – has finally been revealed by TC Euro Cars. The price list has gone up on the Renault Malaysia website, and has the B-segment SUV going for RM117,200 (on-the-road, without insurance), which falls just under the estimated RM118k to RM123k bandied about at point of preview.

The 4.12 metre-long Captur, which is based on the Clio supermini, is powered by a 1.2 litre TCe 120 turbocharged engine with 118 hp at 4,900 rpm and 190 Nm at 2,000 rpm. The downsized motor is paired to a six-speed EDC dual-clutch gearbox and power goes to the front wheels. Performance specs include a 0-100 km/h time of 10.9 seconds and a 192 km/h top speed.

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Standard equipment for the Malaysian model includes auto headlights and wipers, DRLs, a MediaNav system with a seven-inch touchscreen and AUX, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, reverse camera, automatic climate control, keyless entry and push start and fabric seats.

Safety kit for the five-star Euro NCAP-rated Captur, which rides on 17-inch wheels and 205/55 profile tyres, includes four airbags, ESC, ASR, EBD and brake assist as well as Hill Start Assist. The Captur comes with a five-year unlimited mileage factory warranty.

We’ve driven the Renault Captur – read our review on the TCe 120 here.