Renault tweaks the crossover Captur

Improvements to the design of the Renault Captur crossover keep it fresh

11th June, 2017
The Renault Captur is a car that can adapt to most things that typical family life might demand of it

Since its introduction in 2013, the Captur has steadily earned Renault a healthy slice of the highly competitive compact crossover market. It is understandable then that Renault may have been somewhat reluctant to start tinkering with what is evidently a winning formula. But even after four strong years of sales, there has come the need for an update to keep the Captur fresh.

However, you will need to look very closely to spot the changes to...

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