Renault Captur India Launch Date Announced

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Renault Captur India Launch Date Announced

Posted on : Thursday 26th of October 2017

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Renault India will launch the much-awaited Captur compact SUV in the country on the 6th of November. The car had been unveiled in Goa a few weeks back and Renault had also officially opened bookings at the same time. On the 6th of November we will learn just how many variants it will have as well as the prices for each of them. Showrooms will also get cars on the same day and deliveries will kick off in the same week. Renault has also started dispatching the Captur across its showrooms in India.

The Renault Captur is based on the M0 platform that also houses the Duster and Lodgy in India. A derivative of Nissan's B0 platform. This is unlike the European Captur that is a smaller more compact car, but styling and overall appeal is similar to that car. The M0 Captur that we are getting is also the car sold in Brazil and Russia.

The Renault Capture will also get the same petrol and diesel engines that do duty on the Duster - 104 bhp, 1.5-litre petrol and the 108 bhp, 1.5-litre diesel engine. At the launch the Captur will only get manual option 5-speed unit for the petrol and a 6-speed gearbox for the diesel option. The India-spec model will also get a top-of-the-line Platine variant, which will come with all the bells and whistles. Interestingly, India is the only market to get this variant.

The Renault Captur will be a premium offering from the French carmaker and thus will be positioned above the Duster. Along with the bold lines and the cladding that hint at it's SUV DNA, the Captur also comes with premium features like - projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights, a chrome grille, two-tone body colour option and much more. The top-end model comes with a well-equipped cabin with premium interior, leather upholstery, nice quality plastic for the panels and a centre console that houses a touchscreen infotainment system with audio and navigation. The interface is also similar to the one in the Duster, Lodgy, and even the Kwid, but there is no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

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