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Review: The Renault Captur

October 22, 2014

The latest addition to the Renault family comes in the shape of the Renault Captur – offering a stylish aesthetic coupled with a supremely comfortable drive. If you’re a fan of the Clio, we suspect you’ll love this new model, as the two are not dissimilar. In our Renault Captur review, we’ll be breaking down what makes the Captur an ideal road companion – so if you still can’t commit to the car, this should help make things a little easier.

  • Oozing quirky French design from every pore
  • The epitome of practicality, the Captur offers a spacious and comfortable ride
  • Fully kitted out, this car doesn’t disappoint on the features front
The Car Loan Warehouse|Review: The Renault Captur

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As with the Clio, the Renault Captur is spacious and airy, offering a great driving position and a commanding view of the road. There’s no doubting that this vehicle offers a sleek, stylish aesthetic as delightfully offbeat as we’ve come to expect from this French brand. The striking design of the Captur combined with its array of vibrant colour options makes this a car guaranteed to turn heads in transit.


Features are plenty with the Renault Captur – leaving no driver wanting for anything. With a range of wheel trims, including the Dynamique S MediaNav and the Expression+, the Captur also boasts cruise control, alloy wheels and air conditioning. The adjustable seat and steering wheel make for a remarkably comfortable interior – and a silky smooth drive atop 17 inch alloys. A 1.5 litre diesel engine and 0.9 litre petrol engine are available as standard – and the Renault Captur boasts an impressive 5 star safety rating for drivers unwilling to compromise on comfort.


The Renault Captur 4×4 is a two wheel drive and offers light steering performance –ideal for nipping around town, but not so great for country roads or tough terrain. Speed isn’t exactly on the Renault Captur’s agenda – but what the model lacks in agility, it makes up for in comfort. The 1.5 litre diesel engine is a satisfyingly economical choice – and if you’re not travelling particularly long distances or overly concerned with driving at speed, the Captur is the perfect companion.

The Car Loan Warehouse|Review: The Renault Captur

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The entry level Renault Captur will set you back £14,195, and up to £18,895 at the top of the range – with a gorgeous spectrum of colours to choose from. If you fancy getting behind the wheel of the Renault Captur but don’t have the cash to pay up-front, the Car Loan Warehouse can help. We’re specialists in Renault Finance and we can help you find the car you want at a rate you can afford. Try out our online car loan calculator today for an instant quote.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.