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È comoda la nuova Captur? Ed è anche pratica? Scopriamo gli interni e la capacità di carico del bagagliaio, insieme con Alessio Frassinetti. La vita a bordo della crossover francese, testata dagli esperti di DriveK. Le altre caratteristiche della Renault Captur le trovi su: https://www.drivek.it/renault/captur/ Seguici anche su Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DriveKItalia/ Trovi Alessio Frassinetti anche su Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ale_drives_it/
A suo modo ha (ri)lanciato la moda dei piccoli SUV anche se in Renault preferiscono definirlo crossover. Parliamo di Captur uno dei modelli di questo segmento più venduti negli ultimi anni e, a quattro dal lancio, la Losanga ha deciso che era il momento di una rinfrescata: nel look, ma anche negli interni e nelle dotazioni. [ Per saperne di più: http://www.omniauto.it/magazine/50545/renault-captur-perche-comprarla-prova-video] Iscriviti al canale: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=omniauto Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/omniauto Twitter: https://twitter.com/omniauto Produzione: Edimotive
Welcome to the 2018 Renault Captur. Special thanks to VKV Groep & Renault in Spijkenisse, the Netherlands for making this video possible. Don't forget to check out their website through the links below. https://www.vkvgroep.nl/vestigingen/vkv-renault-spijkenisse/ https://www.vkvgroep.nl/ Video made by Flaxhax This video is all about the 2018 Captur. I will go over the exterior, interior, infotainment system, and some of the most important features in full detail. Furthermore, after discussing these, I will take the Captur for a test drive. The most important objectives of this video are to let you know, whether or not you are a potential buyer, how the car drives, the quality, the overall exterior and interior look, the performance, etc. Make sure to subcribe to Flaxhax for more full reviews. https://www.youtube.com/user/Flaxhax?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me on Instagram for car spots and sneak peeks! https://www.instagram.com/flaxhax/ What did you think of this video? Please leave a comment and let me know! The feedback and support is greatly appreciated. Music: Song: Joakim Karud - Luvly (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/N7uYl4yPlM0 Thank you for watching Flaxhax.
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The Captur kick-started Renault’s range of popular SUVs and crossovers in 2013, and it has lived up to its name and gone on to capture a sizeable chunk of the market. It’s also Renault’s most popular car in the UK, outselling the Clio and the Megane.
In 2016 it was the best-selling model in its segment in Europe, so you could forgive the French company for not wanting to throw the baby out with the bath water with the mid-life refresh. The styling tweaks bring the Captur into line with the rest of its SUV range, thanks to sharper looking lights and more rugged bumpers with faux-metal skid plates front and rear.
Minor updates they may be, but finally they give the Captur its own SUV-like personality, rather than looking like a taller, bloated Clio. Among the changes is a new front grille that wears some extra chrome to direct your gaze toward the oversize Renault badge at its centre. Complementing that, the lower corners of the front bumper get new C-shaped LED daytime running lights across the line-up, while higher grade models also benefit from full-LED headlights.
Punters clearly like the level of personalisation available for the Captur, such as its two-tone colour scheme, so Renault has added more options. There are three new body colours, plus the option of a silver roof, bringing the total number of potential combinations to 36. Eat your heart out, Mini.
Dimensionally, the Captur is unchanged, and barely bigger than a Clio with its 4,122mm length and 1,778mm width, ensuring that it retains its manoeuvrable size with acceptable interior space for the segment. Inside, the main change to the cabin is a smattering of new materials, giving the Captur a more modern appearance. It’s still far from plush, though.
Buyers can choose from two petrol and two diesel engines, with either automatic or manual transmissions. All models in the Captur range are front-wheel drive, despite the more rugged looks.
The 0.9-litre TCe petrol engine, which is steadily becoming the most popular choice, makes for a sensible buy if you’re only doing the school run or driving around town. Despite its small size, this three-cylinder, 89bhp engine is smooth and feels faster than the 13.2-second 0-62mph time suggests it will.
If you disagree, or you carry a couple of people around regularly, you can upgrade to the 118bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine, which is available with either manual or automatic gearboxes. Officially, the transmission makes no difference to fuel economy, but the manual is just under a second faster to 62mph at 9.9 seconds. If you’d rather have a diesel, there is the familiar 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder option, offered in 89bhp and 108bhp guises.
While the Captur has stayed competitive up until its facelift, it’s about to fight a war on several fronts. New small crossovers from Hyundai, Seat, Citroen and Kia are all imminent in 2017. They all promise lots of spec and personalisation options, frugal engines and similar prices. The Captur’s good, but not exceptional, and may soon struggle to stand out against a European and Korean onslaught…