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2017 Renault Captur redesign. Renault is well known for elegance of their vehicles. Maybe crossover class is not popular, but styling is superb. Exterior lines and design can give a hint for sophisticated interior. Some parts and features are borrowed from Nissan, since two companies had fruitful cooperation. New 2017 Renault Captur is going to be offered in orange color by default, but there is wide choice in color palette for other schemes.
When 2017 Renault Captur hits the dealer’s lots, we predict that nothing will change at all. This model was sold in 83,000 units in 2013 in Europe, in 2014 total of 164k, in 2015 194k were shipped and finally, last year in precisely 215,493 units reached their new homes.
The width measurement of 1778 millimeters corresponds to the width of the Renault Captur 2017 without exterior mirrors. Because of its size, features, ground clearance of 17 cm and length of 4122 mm, we classify the Renault Captur in the category of small crossover.
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In essence, the Renault Captur is a Clio with a smattering of SUV traits and the style factor turned up. The result is a high-riding small hatchback that benefits from the added practicality of a sliding rear bench seat, plus supermini-like running costs and a variety of colourful interior and exterior themes that include a contrasting colour roof.
The interior is a complete mystery at this point, but I suspect we’ll see something similar to the current Captur, with appropriate changes to accommodate the extra cargo space.
A localised Brazilian version was introduced in the beginning of 2017, badged as the Renault Captur. The Brazilian version has manual (five-speed), CVT and automatic (four-speed) gearboxes. That same year, the Brazilian Captur was named as Best Design by Americar (automotive press association of Latin America).