Renault Captur (2020 on)

5

1.3 TCE 130 Iconic 5dr

reviewed by Will Parr on 6 July 2021
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
5
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

A lot of car for your money.

I got a good deal on the pre-registered Captur, an equivalent Puma would have cost another 6k! The vehicle has proven to be very economical, return a consistent 50+ mpg, actual. The performance is more than adequate for modern day motoring and the engine is very quiet and flexible. The gearbox is not notchy but not as direct as a Puma. The ride is typical SUV/small SUV, being slightly firmer than a conventional saloon, but certainly not overly firm. All controls are easy to use and at hand. Conventional controls for heating/cooling is very much appreciated. Certainly better than being incorporated into the infotainment system like Peugeot's. The radio is very good, having DAB stations as well. Seating is comfortable and it is easy to find a good seating position with the seat and steering wheel adjustments available. The boot is quite big, help by the fact that the rear seat can move to create more space. The vehicle is used for mainly longer journeys, 30 - 100 miles. This is possibly why the fuel consumption is so good. Short trips to local shops etc are walked! Overall I am very happy with the vehicle, and no faults to report so far. This is my 2nd Renault and both have been trouble free.

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Price£21,795
Road TaxA–F
MPG-
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