Renault French manufacturer has come a long way with its entire model range, now building completely new cars from top to bottom, extremely appealing at the exterior and definitely gaining the hearts of its customers with plenty of new and high-end features inside the cabin.
The all-new Renault Captur first detailed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, back in March, is no exception from the rule, with the model coming with an evolutionary design and good performance under the hood.
Already launched worldwide, the 2017 Renault Captur is enjoying its popularity in France, especially with the recently announced Captur Iridium, a limited-run edition of just 2,000 units, and prices to start from 20,000 Euros.
The limited 2017 Renault Captur Iridium is offered with no less than four colour combinations for the body and roof, adding as well the Alto-Grey front and rear skid plates, “Iridium” logos on the sides, side protective mouldings, as well as the 17-inch Explorer alloy wheels.
At the interior, the same Alto Grey treatment is present on the air vent and gear lever surrounds, adding as well Alcantara upholstery and some other high-end fabrics. Other important features also refer to illuminated climate control module surround, City Pack Plus, Bose Sound System, or Techno Pack.
Under the hood, the 2017 Captur retins the regular 0.9- and 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol burner, adding as well the 1.5-liter diesel.