Ten Second Review
Renault Captur Lease Review - Cute and functional, the Renault Captur is called a crossover vehicle, but it’s very small to be an SUV of any sort. It’s derived from the Nissan Juke and shares a platform with the Renault Clio Estate. The body is wider than the Clio and it gives you 200mm of ground clearance should you go off road.
The petrol turbo engine and six-speed automatic transmission are wonderfully efficient, and the diesel even more so, uncorking an astounding 76 miles per gallon on the motorway.
A contrasting toned roof and paint job make the Captur stand out in a crowd. Tons of colour choices for the paint and three different trim packages mean you have nearly an unlimited range of options to customise your car with.
Need a bit more room in the boot? No problem – the 60/40 split rear seat folds to give you more space. Unlike many cars where only the front seats adjust, the Captur lets you slide the rear seat as well to gain more boot space, or legroom, depending on how you’re using it. Also included in the boot is a floor that lifts for disguised storage.
Washable seat covers let you muddy things up and clean up again for the more formal occasions. Your ride will be a bit rough if the road is too however.