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Renault starts sales of updated Captur: this is what it costs

April 18, 2024

What does the Renault Captur cost?

The entry-level price for the updated Captur is 28,690 euros. This makes it cheaper than the pre-facelift model, which was on the price list for just under 30 grand. Under the hood of the base version resides a 90-hp 1.0 TCe gasoline engine, mated to a manual transmission. Three other powertrains are available: the TCe 100 BiFuel, which likes both gasoline and LPG (starting at 31,290 euros), a 158-hp mild hybrid powertrain (starting at 35,590 euros) and a 145-hp full hybrid powertrain (starting at 31,990 euros). The full price list can be found here.

New design

The new Captur features a fresh, dynamic design, with a completely new grille and streamlined hood. All models come standard with new headlights with Full LED technology. At the rear, the Captur also received a contemporary update, with new taillights, a redesigned diffuser and the new logo. The new Renault Captur features the OpenR Link multimedia system, including integrated Google services such as Google Maps, Google Assistant and Google Play apps, similar to a smartphone. This system comes standard on the Captur from the techno equipment level up.