Renault Captur updated for 2018

New looks for Renault's Captur small SUV

The Renault Captur will benefit from a number of tweaks for 2018, including minor styling changes and the addition of some new features.

The small SUV also sees a shift to a simplified two variant line-up - Zen and Intens.

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Confirmed this morning by Renault Australia, the updated model also boasts full-time national drive-away pricing starting at $23,990.

2018 Captur Zen Update Highlights:

  • New C-shaped LED daytime running lamps
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Reverse camera
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Media Navigation with 7” touchscreen
  • New two-tone 16” alloys

2018 Captur Intens Update Highlights:

  • Hands-free parking
  • Blind-spot warning
  • Extended grip control
  • Fixed panoramic sunroof
  • Dark charcoal leather upholstery
  • R-LINK enhanced sat-nav with 7” touchscreen
  • LED Pure Vision headlights
  • LED front fog lights
  • Front and side parking sensors
  • 3D effect C-shape taillights

While the upper-spec Captur variant is differentiated by way of a number of different styling elements, including unique skid plates front and rear, chrome front grille and boot lid strips, privacy tinted windows, and 17” two-tone alloy wheels.

Again, both versions will continue to be offered with the optional colour identity packs at no extra charge.

2018 Renault Captur Drive-away pricing:

  • Renault Captur Zen (Manual) - $23,990
  • Renault Captur Zen (dual-clutch auto) - $26,990
  • Renault Captur Intens (dual-clutch auto) - $30,990

Jason Miller, Renault Australia’s Marketing Director, says the updated Captur is ready to claim more of the small SUV market.

“We have added fantastic new technology and features to a package that has already been a multiple category award winner in Europe,”

“With our sharp entry-level pricing and outstanding aftersales support, customers in the small SUV segment will quickly appreciate the appeal of the new-look Renault Captur with both their heart and their head.”

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Stay up to date with all the latest Renault News at behindthewheel.com.au.




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