The Captur is one of the best-selling models in the crossover market, with funky looks and competitive pricing.
As standard, the Captur comes with a split boot floor, which is a bonus as the boot isn’t as deep as those in other crossovers.
Around town, the car feels easy to drive thanks to light steering and easy maneuverability.
The Captur is 60mm longer than the Renault Clio, so there’s more rear legroom, while the rear seats can slide backwards and forwards to free up more space inside the cabin or in the boot.
Renault is renowned for its cars’ safety and the Captur is no different, being awarded a five-star safety rating by Euro NCAP.
While it’s very good to drive on motorways, the Captur isn’t so good on country roads, leaning into corners and lacking feel through the steering.
The Captur comes as standard with automatic headlights and LED daytime running lights.
They’re known for safety, and the Captur has performed well in our Driver Power customer satisfaction survey
Although the Captur has a raised ride height and chunky wheels, it’s only available as a two-wheel-drive: it has SUV looks but car driving ability.
The plastics inside may not be of German build quality, but overall the cabin is well laid out and funky in its design.
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