Does the Renault Captur 1.5 dCi have a turbo?
Petrol engine options: 990cc turbocharged petrol; 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol. Diesel engine options: 1.5-litre (90bhp, 110bhp). Transmission options: Five-speed manual; Six-speed manual; Six-speed dual-clutch automatic.
What is the difference between Renault Captur Dynamique and signature?
Dynamique Nav comes with the 7in colour touchscreen infotainment and sat-nav system. Dynamique S Nav adds bigger 17in alloys. Signature X Nav adds a BOSE sound system, while top-spec Signature S Nav comes with heated part-Nappa leather seats and a rear parking camera.
What is the road tax on a Renault Captur?
|Annual Road Tax||Six-monthly Road Tax|
|1.0 TCE 90 Play 5d||£165.00||£90.75|
|1.3 TCE 140 Play EDC 5d||£165.00||£90.75|
|Play dCi 115 auto 5d (1 Apr 2020 – 31 Jan 2021)||£165.00||£90.75|
|Play dCi 115 auto 5d (1 Dec 2019 – 31 Mar 2020)||£165.00||£90.75|
Which Renault Captur is top of the range?
Renault Captur Signature
New top-of-the-range Renault Captur crossover adds loads of extra equipment to the Dynamique trim. The new top-of-the-range Renault Captur Signature trim has been revealed, adding extras such as part-leather seats, touchscreen infotainment and a rear parking camera to the small crossover model.
How many miles to the gallon does a Renault Captur do?
Most Captur buyers will probably choose the mid-range TCe140 model, which is capable of a maximum 48.7mpg, or a little less when combined with the seven-speed auto transmission. CO2 emissions of between 131 and 136g/km can’t be bettered by the TCe90, and economy is actually a little worse at 47.9mpg max.
Should I buy a used Renault Captur?
It’s well built and desirable, and this is borne out by the way it holds onto its value as a used car. The Captur also has a very good record for reliability. Our 2016 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey ranked it 24th out of 150 cars in that regard, leading to an 18th-place overall finish.
Is Renault Captur Diesel a good car?
Best for fun – GT Line TCe 150 The diesel Capturs are always going to appeal for their great economy. The dCi 90 offers a great mix of driving performance and frugality. However, unless you’re doing high mileages (over 12,000 per year), it’s sensible to look at the petrol versions.
Is Renault Captur diesel a good car?
Is the Captur a two-wheel drive?
The Captur is two-wheel drive only and very much family-focused. School run, supermarket shop – all the usual clichés apply. And the engines aren’t exactly going to tear up the tarmac either. So what are these engines?
How eco-friendly is the Nissan Captur?
On paper, there’s no reason to doubt that. The Captur is available with three turbocharged engines to begin with – two petrols and one diesel – none of which are going to set the world on fire, but are all usefully environmentally friendly.
What is the fuel economy of the Toyota Captur?
The 1.5 dCi Captur returns an impressive 76.4mpg and emits just 96g/km of CO 2, while even the more powerful petrol has fuel economy and CO 2 emissions of 52.3mpg and 125g/km respectively.