At the beginning of the Captur was – at least in the Segment of City-SUVs. Because as a Renault SUV-best seller (1.5 million sales), launched in 2013, he was together with the Nissan Juke alone.

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But over the years, the competition came, today, more than 20 vehicles jostling among the higher set out to the city of cars. It’s high time for the French to make the Captur fresh for the Boulevards.

in More length, more space

Visually, this is achieved, more present, more beefy, and especially longer (+11 cm) has become the now at 4.23 metres long, the Captur. The happy particularly large passengers on the new to 16 inches of sliding back. But also individuals come thanks to a 90-lacquer versions on your costs.

This is continued in the interior: Here, the choice of lighting falls on eight different Ambience and 18 interior Styles. However, particularly important for the Generation Smartphone, the new, fully networked to 9.3-inch Easy should not be-Link multimedia system in the iPad-Look, the only reacts faster than the predecessor, but also to be free, and Tesla-like “over the air” update. Here, the numerous assistance systems such as the optional highway pilot, or the 360-degree cameras are fully controlled.

a Little plastic, a lot of Style

From the driver’s seat from the stinging first the digital valves into the eye. But wonder the beautiful material selection and, with the exception of a few hard plastic parts is very high quality leaves us. Eye-catcher is the “floating” center console that has a compartment for the wireless Smartphone is the Version with dual-clutch transmission (DCT)-the Store is hidden.

Also driving the Captur to: Referred to DKG is markedly stutter-free on Gasstösse. The engine, to test drive the most powerful 1.3-Liter gasoline engine with 155 HP (5.7 l/100 km), runs through tidy to yelp without. And also the previous swing suspension is now even in faster bends and serious to the point, without losing a degree of comfort.

Plug-in 2020

a Bestseller in the engines, the following is expected of the 130-horsepower gasoline engine will remain combinable with hand-switch or DKG. Saving foxes are likely to prefer to the one-liter three-cylinder (100 HP, 5.3 l/100 km), or the Diesel with 115 HP (4.2 l/100 km). The prices of the Captur range from 19’500 Swiss francs (TCe 100, “Life”) up to 34’100 Swiss francs (155 HP, DCT, “Initiale Paris”). In the spring of 2020 Renault pushes for a Plug-in Hybrid variant with a 45-Kilometer electric range.