Top-spec Renault Captur Signature unveiled
New top-of-the-range Renault Captur crossover adds loads of extra equipment to the Dynamique trim
The new top-of-the-range Renault Captur Signature trim has been revealed, adding extras such as part-leather seats, touchscreen infotainment and a rear parking camera to the small crossover model.
The high-spec Signature builds on the Dynamique S MediaNav trim, by including 17-inch alloy wheels and chrome exterior detailing on the bootlid, grille and fog lights. A two-tone exterior finish is standard, while the Flame Red colour you see here is optional. Electric folding mirrors, tinted rear windows and electric folding mirrors are also included.
Inside, the Renault Captur Signature features part-leather seats, Signature door sill plates and exclusive floor mats. The Red Touch Pack is also standard, adding bright red details to the centre console, speakers and air vents.
All models get Renault’s R-Link infotainment system, including a seven-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth, sat nav, USB connectivity and an upgraded stereo. Rear parking sensors and a reversing camera make the Captur Signature easy to manoeuvre around town, while the Grip Xtend traction-control system gives maximum grip in tricky conditions. Don’t be fooled, though: it’s not available with full four-wheel drive. If you need that, you still need to look at a Nissan Juke or MINI Countryman ALL4.
Prices for the Captur Signature start at £17,495 for the TCe 90 petrol engine, while the more economical dCi diesel is priced from £18,895. An automatic gearbox is available on the diesel model for £1,000, but if you want one with a petrol engine, you have to upgrade to the more powerful TCe 120 version. The top-spec petrol automatic costs £19,695.
All models come with a four-year/100,000-mile warranty, as well as four years’ roadside assistance. What’s more, if you buy your Renault Captur Signature on a Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance deal, you’ll benefit from four years’ of free servicing, too.
For more information on the current Renault range, including video reviews of the Captur, Clio and Megane, head over to the Carbuyer Renault reviews page.
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