Renault’s compact crossover the Captur continues its success for the French manufacturer, maintaining its number one position in the crossover segment with a 29.8% share. In the face of several new entrants to the market, Captur owes its continued success to a comprehensive offering of value, comfort and style. Designed as a spacious family car, the Captur is compact and easy to drive, with low running costs and an unmatched level of style and customisation, accentuated by a vibrant colour selection. The longest wheelbase in its class gives more legroom, while sliding rear seats and a large boot give true versatility.
The most popular Captur is the Signature X Nav, and it’s easy to see why. From just €24,890, it boasts leather seats, navigation, full LED headlights and parking assistance with an integrated rear-view camera. Customers who choose metallic paint can add a contrasting colour on the roof at no additional cost. The range starts at just €20,290, and with alloys and air conditioning across the range, there’s a well-equipped Captur to suit every budget.
The Renault Captur is already the choice of over 7,000 Irish drivers. The recently introduced facelifted model has been upgraded with Renault’s C-shaped LED lighting signature front and rear, new alloy wheel designs and new colours. To complement the more stylish exterior, the interior has also been re-designed with new materials and new upholstery, as well as the stunning new Signature S Nav trim level at the top of the range.
Renault Captur starts from €20,290 and comes with 5 years’ warranty and 5 years’ roadside assistance. Throughout February and March, Captur is available with 3% APR finance, 3 years’ servicing and €1,000 cashback.
Commenting on the news, Patrick Magee, Country Operations Director, Renault Ireland said, “Captur continues to be one of our best-selling models as we move further into 2018, finishing number one in its class in January once again. We are confident the refreshed model will continue to impress Irish motorists, with over 7,000 units already sold in Ireland.”