Renault India has started the booking of the much anticipated SUV Renault Captur. Renault India recently unveiled the India-specification model of the Renault Captur, its upcoming SUV. According to reports, the company has started bookings of the model. Though Renault has not yet revealed the launch date of the Renault crossover Captur yet, buyers can book the SUV Renault Captur for an initial booking amount of Rs 25,000.
Bookings open for Renault Captures in India
According to the company spokesperson, the SUV market has grown and the sales of the SUVs are growing exponentially over the last few years. According to the statement, SUV is the fastest growing segment in India.
Renault Captur is already a successful premium SUV cross the globe. Renault’s crossover is acclaimed for its premium and class-leading features, stunning expressive design, besides the levels of personalisation that can be achieved with the Renault Captur. The launch of the Renault Captur will further strengthen Renault’s position in the fast-growing SUV segment. It will not only increase its market share but will also set new benchmarks with its global styling as well as unmatched road presence.
Features of the newly launched Renault Captur
The recently launched Renault Captur will get a new crossover design DNA but will share the successful B0 platform with the latest Renault Duster. Though the design of the Renault Captur cues from its international models yet the company claims that the overall design has been influenced by the Indian consumers’ preferences and conditions of the country.
According to the company, the Renault Captur is the widest as well as the longest SUV in its category. The Renault Captur also boasts of a ground clearance of 210mm (unladen) which is believed to be the best-in-class ground clearance.
Specifications of the Renault Captur
Offered in both Petrol and Diesel engines, the Renault Captur will come with the same powertrains as offered in the existing Renault Duster. The petrol option will continue with the 4-cylinder, 1.5-litre engine that churns out 106PS at 5,600rpm and 142Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. The petrol unit of the Renault Captur will come mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.