Renault Captur launch in November as dispatch to dealerships commence

Oct 26, 2017 - 12:58pm IST | ,   | Dhruv Saxena

Renault is all set to launch the Captur in India in November as dispatches to their dealerships across India commence. Bookings for the Renault Captur were opened on September 22 for INR 25,000. The initial plan was to launch the Captur in October, but the company pushed it to November for reasons unknown.

Renault Captur dispatches commence
The Captur has been dispatched to Renault dealerships across the country from their manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu.

There will be two engine options to choose from including a 106 PS and 142 Nm 1.5 L H4K petrol and a 110 PS and 240 Nm 1.5 L K9K diesel. The former get a 5-speed manual transmission while the latter employs a 6-speed manual unit. Renault is not offering the Captur with an automatic transmission option as of now. The Indian-spec Renault Captur is 4,329 mm long, 1,813 mm wide and 1,619 mm tall. It has a wheelbase 2,673 mm wheelbase and a ground clearance of 210 mm. The 392-litre boot space is expandable to 1,352 litres with the rear seats folded.

In its range-topping Platine spec, the Renault Captur gets features like LED headlamps, floating turn indicators, LED DRL, LED tail lamps and 17-inch alloy wheels. The cabin is equipped with a 7-inch ULC 3.0 AVN, automatic climate control, quilted leather seat upholstery, LED interior lighting, and a digital speedometer part of the 'Infinity' instrument console. In terms of safety features, the Renault Captur gets four airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchorage points, and ABS.

Renault Captur India launch in November
Originally scheduled to go on sale in October, the Renault Captur launch will now take place in November.

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Renault will offer the Captur in dual tone paint schemes along with multiple customization packages. Expect prices of the SUV to range from INR 11 lakhs to INR 15 lakhs ex-showroom. The Captur will target customers looking for a more premium offering than the Duster.

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