- 1 Why did Renault Captur fail?
- 2 What are the common faults with a Renault Captur?
- 3 Is Renault Captur expensive to insure?
- 4 Is the 0.9 Renault Captur any good?
- 5 Is the Renault Captur a good buy?
- 6 What happened to Renault Captur?
- 7 Do Renault Captur hold their value?
- 8 Is the Renault Captur 1.5 dCi a good car?
- 9 What is the top spec Renault Captur?
- 10 What is the road tax on Renault Captur?
- 11 How many miles to the gallon does a Renault Captur do?
- 12 What Insurance Group is the Renault Captur?
- 13 What car is similar to Renault Captur?
- 14 Does a Renault Captur have a timing belt or chain?
- 15 Where is the Renault Captur made?
Why did Renault Captur fail?
Renault discontinues Captur SUV in India The Captur failed to capture the Indian SUV buyer and sold just 6,618 units from November 2017 to end-March 2020. BS 6 norms saw Renault India abandon diesel engines entirely, thus removing one of the Captur’s few strengths.
What are the common faults with a Renault Captur?
- Electrics (1 cases)
- Brakes, Electrics, Engine, Other (2 cases)
- Other (4 cases)
- Engine, Suspension (2 cases)
- Electrics, Gearbox / clutch (1 cases)
- Gearbox / clutch (1 cases)
- Gearbox / clutch, Other (1 cases)
Is Renault Captur expensive to insure?
With small engines and lots of safety features, the Captur should be affordable for most drivers to insure.
Is the 0.9 Renault Captur any good?
The 0.9-litre entry petrol unit is best around town, while the 1.3-litre petrol offers stronger performance for distance driving. The diesel options also give decent performance. Depending on your needs, the manual gears feel a little smoother than the automatic.
Is the Renault Captur a good buy?
The new Renault Captur is all grown-up, with an improved interior, plenty of on-board tech and reassuring levels of safety. Renault hasn’t disappointed with the latest Captur – performance is fine, running costs are sound, and the level of standard equipment is strong, so the Captur looks like a great choice.
What happened to Renault Captur?
Renault has quietly pulled the Captur off its shelves and marked the end of the road for its flagship product in India. The new norms saw Renault India abandon diesel engines entirely, thus removing one of the SUV’s few strengths.
Do Renault Captur hold their value?
The Renault Captur makes a good used buy because it was good value when new, so is even better value for money a few years down the line with the depreciation stripped away.
Is the Renault Captur 1.5 dCi a good car?
The 89bhp 1.5 dCi diesel feels lively enough around in urban environments, but a little underpowered on faster roads. On the road, the Captur isn’t blessed with a particularly good ride quality. It tends to feel crashy, and patters to a surprising degree over all surfaces.
What is the top spec Renault Captur?
The new top-of-the-range Renault Captur Signature trim has been revealed, adding extras such as part-leather seats, touchscreen infotainment and a rear parking camera to the small crossover model.
What is the road tax on Renault Captur?
According to the official figures, the Renault Captur’s fuel economy ranges between 44mpg and 188mpg. What is the tax price range of the Renault Captur? The standard UK car tax rate is currently £145.
How many miles to the gallon does a Renault Captur do?
Renault Captur MPG & CO2 The 1.5-litre dCi 90 diesel Captur is the most economical model, achieving up to 53.3mpg in mixed driving and CO2 emissions of 112g/km, giving it a lower Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) rating for company-car drivers, depending on trim level.
What Insurance Group is the Renault Captur?
The high-volume 0.9 TCe 90 comes in at group nine insurance no matter which trim you choose, while the 1.5 dCi 90 slits into group 11E, so the Captur is a good choice for those to whom insurance costs are a top priority.
What car is similar to Renault Captur?
The Suzuki Vitara is a similar size to the Captur. It’s good to drive, has a practical interior and is well equipped. Its CO2 emissions are quite high, though. The Kia Soul is spacious inside, well equipped and decent to drive.
Does a Renault Captur have a timing belt or chain?
Every Renault Captur engine is cambelt-driven and this will need replacement every six years or 90,000 miles, which will cost around £420.
Where is the Renault Captur made?
Referred internally as the “Captur Global Access”, the vehicle is produced in Russia, Brazil and India.