The Renault Captur has been launched in India with a starting price of IC Rs.9.99 lakhs and goes up to Rs.14 Lakhs for the top-end variant. It is available in both petrol and diesel engine variants, where a total of 10 variants are on sale – six for diesel and four for petrol. While both the Captur and the Duster share the same platform both cars have nothing in common when you look at the exterior, Captur employs more of the curved and swooped lines on the outside making it trendy and likable by all ages.
Captur boasts a small yet muscular bonnet that dives down at the front between the chrome grille and headlight assembly. Captur is available in both – petrol & diesel engine options. The petrol variant gets a 5-speed 1.5-liter (1498 cc) H4K petrol engine that churns 104.55 Bhp of maximum power at 5600 rpm and 142 NM of peak torque at 4000 rpm. For the diesel variant a 6-speed 1.5-liter (1461cc) dCi diesel engine that produces 108.4 Bhp of maximum power and 240 NM of peak torque at 1750 rpm. The Captur is an interesting and well-proportioned mid-sized SUV, which gets an attractive, trendy and appealing exterior and interior design and also a powerful performer, and considering how the Nepalese customers are fond of their Renault Dusters and Kwids we have a good feeling that we will see Captur on our roads soon enough.
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