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B-segment crossover based on [[Renault Clio]], rivalling [[Peugeot 2008]]. Very successful for Renault, with the Captur styling adapted for some markets to [[Dacia Duster]] underpinnings, creating a more rugged but cheaper model, also badged Captur or, as it was originally badged in Russia, Kaptur. Second generation from 2019.
  
'''Renault Captur (J87). 2013–19 (prod. 1,200,000 approx.). 5-door SUV. F/F, 899 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1198 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 1461 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC).''' Crossover version of [[Renault Clio IV|Clio IV]], rivalling [[Peugeot 2008 (A94)]] as well as [[Opel Mokka]] and [[Nissan Juke]]. Twin-clutch system called EDC. Well equipped: hillstart assist, keyless entry, and rear parking sensors. Optional sat-nav and entertainment functions through R-Link tablet, including internet where available. Badge-engineered version, with minor differences, sold in Korea and Chile as Samsung QM3.
 
  
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*[[Renault Captur I]]
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*[[Renault Kaptur]]
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*[[Renault Captur II]]
  
''Manufacturing location:'' Valladolid, Spain
 
  
 
''Marque:'' [[Renault]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Renault Modus]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Renault]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Renault Modus]]
  
''q.v.'' [[Renault Kaptur]]
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Latest revision as of 09:29, 17 September 2019

B-segment crossover based on Renault Clio, rivalling Peugeot 2008. Very successful for Renault, with the Captur styling adapted for some markets to Dacia Duster underpinnings, creating a more rugged but cheaper model, also badged Captur or, as it was originally badged in Russia, Kaptur. Second generation from 2019.



Marque: Renault | Predecessor: Renault Modus





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