Staring hawking internationally since 2011, The Renault Captur promises to be the next success of Renault after the Duster. Coming to Indian a bit late in 2017, Renault was among the first auto manufacturers to venture and enter the mid-size SUVs segment in the country. The Capur provides the customers with a good deal of customization choices and a wide range of styling options.
Generally, it reflects the design language of Renault with a curved rear windshield and taillights. If there is no dual tone plastic bumper, you might mix up with a hatchback.
The interior color features the dual tone scheme in which, the black and grey complement each other well on most parts of the car such as the dashboard, seats and car doors. Its interior design is on spot to offer an eye-pleasing smart and styling appearance.
In terms of powertrain, there are two engine options available which are 1.5-litre H4K petrol engine and 1.5-litre K9K dCi diesel engine.
Renault Duster with the turbo-petrol heart will most likely be making its way to the showroom floors by the end of next month. Here's all that you should expect on the updated Duster along with the new powerful engine.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi JV is planning to launch 7 new vehicles in Brazil. All of them will be underpinned by the CMF-B platform, which also expected to be shared with the next-gen versions of India-spec Nissan Kicks and Renault Duster.