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|E-TECH hybrid 145 Auto|
starting RRP €34,420 *
starting RRP €37,670 *
|TCe 90 manual|
starting RRP €29,120 *
starting RRP €32,370 *
starting RRP €33,570 *
|TCe 140 auto|
starting RRP €37,770 *
|TCe 140 Manual|
starting RRP €36,170 *
*Price does not include the cost of optional paint or dealer delivery charges. Due to technical issues, the stated price includes the cost of optional metallic paint on Techno versions. Please refer to the price guide.
More details on engines
TCe 100: versatile
This new generation, 3-cylinder, 100hp turbo engine, combined with a manual gearbox, ensures optimum driving pleasure and reduced fuel consumption. This makes Captur a versatile SUV, ready for all conditions.
This 4-cylinder turbo engine is available with a 6-speed manual gearbox or with an automatic 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. It provides maximum versatility and a dynamic driving experience, combined with limited fuel consumption.
With 155hp and 270Nm, this powerful engine provides even more driving pleasure and performance. Combined with an automatic 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, use the mounted paddle shifters on the steering wheel and activate the Sport Mode on multi-sense for sporty driving.
Captur E-Tech full hybrid is the first rechargeable hybrid SUV accessible to all. Up to 50 kms electric driving(1) and maximum driving enjoyment. Electric for your daily drive, hybrid for longer trips, Captur E-Tech full hybrid adapts to all lifestyles to offer even more versatility.
WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedures): this new protocol obtains results that more closely reflect your actual everyday use than those produced by the NEDC protocol.
(1) in WLTP mixed cycle (subject to final approval)
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Renault Captur in detail
^WLTP figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare figures with vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on various factors such as weather conditions, driving styles, vehicle load or any accessories fitted after registration. WLTP is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures however until April 2020 the CO2 figures are based on the outgoing (NEDC) test cycle which will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration.