Renault India today eventually floated its second compact SUV in India- the Captur –and this one is a more superior benefaction from the carmaker when contrasted to the Duster. The foundation variant of the Captur forges with 50 premium features like projector headlamps, LED DRLs, and an integrated audio system among others.

The Captur pursues Renault’s global design language and is built on the same M0 platform as the Duster. It will be accessible in three variants RXE, RXL and RXT and will be obtainable in both petrol and diesel engines. Renault also initiated another top-spec ‘Platine’ alteration which marks its global premiere in India.

The Platine revision originates with all the bells and whistles but is only accessible with a diesel powertrain. Execution for the Captur commenced last month while bookings began in late September. Costs for Captur begin at ₹ 9.99 lakh advancing up to 13.88 lakh for the Platine variant. Concerning dimensions the Renault Captur takes longer than the Duster, but is restricted and petite than its sibling. The ground clearance though is an imposing 210 mm much better than the contention. There are other attractive features like full LED headlamps with the dynamic LED turn indicators. You also acquire enormous C shaped LED DRLs embedded into the bumper while all LED wraparound taillights get some immaculate detailing. The SUV runs on 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels.

The cabin is furnished in a dual-tone black and white shade with the nucleus anchoring a massive touchscreen infotainment system encompassed by gloss black inserts.