The 2020 Renault Captur has a lot of work on its hands because, alongside the Nissan Juke, the first was praising the crossover segment. Renault Captur 2020 extended rear seats and an inflatable pool also helped win over families, Renault has continued to sell over 1.2 million models as a result. To bring it back, Renault has made the 2020 Captur bigger inside and out, designed its construction and made the Captur better to drive and accommodate.
In fact, there is noticeable progress throughout the department, so that the Captur remains one of the best, and most sensible, small SUVs you can buy. Customers liked the look of the first car, so the recent Captur similarity is no surprise. It’s bulky but confusing, and LED lights are now standard, c-shaped designs like the Renault Megane. The two-tone paintings always look like a trademark, 90-plus combination that can help your car stand out.
2020 Renault Captur Interior
The Captur is heavily influenced by the Renault Clio supermini and like the latest model of the car, the 2020 Captur interior has taken a big step forward. Now there are soft plastics that affect most of the material. Technology is greatly enhanced, with the selection of digital instruments and an efficient infotainment system. One of the growing talking points is the new digital metal display, measuring 10 centimetres and boasting great Christmas graphics.
Managing the center console is a seven-inch touchscreen that is used for larger trim and 9.3 inches for higher versions. You will miss the sat-nav at the lower end, but Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are on the right track, so you can use the built-in map apps on your smartphone.
2020 Renault Captur Equipment
The accessories are very handy, with some features of the ‘big car’ such as cruise control, cruise alerts and 17-inch wheels installed even underneath it. The Iconic costs about £ 1,500 more and adds dual-tone graphics, sat-nav, keyless entry, rear parking sensors, roof rails, LED fog lamps and privacy glass. Upgrading to the S Edition adds another £ 1,500 and brings a larger screen for charging, wireless charging, front parking audience, a rearview camera, and seats fitted with an artificial leather display.
2020 Renault Captur Engine
There are two engines and power outages if you want gasoline, and the 1.0 liter may be the most popular in the UK. This is a three-cylinder turbo engine with 99bhp, and on top of it is a 1.3-liter turbo with either 128 or 153bhp. We have tested both of them and can see little reason to choose the higher version because 128bhp will be more powerful for most Captur drivers.
The entry-level petrol comes with a manual gearbox only, while the first 1,3 liter can be either manually or automatically and the topper range will be auto-only. This manual is easy to change but lacks the gear specification on the Mazda CX-3 or Honda HR-V, and the default is fine but is questionable when pulling or kicking in low gear.
2020 Renault Captur Safety
Renault Captur hasn’t tested Euro NCAP yet but Clio has received five-star results, which is a good sign. He not only shares his security expertise, but he is bigger and bigger. According to Renault, Captur has ‘the most comprehensive list of driver assistance systems’ in any crossover, aiming to make driving easier and safer. The kit available includes a 360-degree view of the camera, the Travelers Traffic and Traffic Jam that can help drive the car in certain conditions, adaptive cruise control, the track eventually helps with road sign recognition. Captur has also launched a self-sustaining emergency autonomous system that can see cyclists and pedestrians.