Special edition leads to Renault Captur refresh | New Release - Car News Jul 2016

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11:18 Tuesday 05 Jul 2016

A refresh of the Renault Captur range has resulted in the addition of a new special edition version – the Iconic Nav Special Edition.

Priced from £19,175 on-the-road, the Renault Captur Iconic Nav Special Edition is available to order now.  Finished in an exclusive two-tone Arctic White pearlescent and Diamond Black paint job, the model is made to stand out even further with blue roof and door mirror decals, painted lower front and rear bumpers, and 17-inch Explore alloy wheels with black inserts and blue Renault diamond centre cap.  Inside, the part-leather heated front seats boast light blue stitching, something which also features on the leather steering wheel and the rest of the upholstery.  

A new light blue tinted chrome interior touch pack, aluminium pedals, and matt black cabin detailing adds to the ambience.  Other features include Renault’s Grip Xtend advanced traction control system including Mud and Snow Tyres, R-Link Evolution touch-screen infotainment and satellite navigation system with European mapping, reverse parking camera, and an electrochrome rear view mirror.

Other changes to the Captur range sees the option of the 1.2-litre TCe 120 power plant with six-speed manual gearbox in the Dynamique Nav trim upwards priced from £16,575, a combination offering 51.4mpg and CO2 emissions of 125 g/km.

Flame Red metallic paint with Diamond Black roof is now available on Dynamique Nav and Dynamique S Nav models priced a £595, while for £100 a red interior touch pack provides red bursts around the cabin on the centre console, speakers and air vents. 

Almost 600,000 Renault Captur’s have sold globally since launch in 2013, and was the best-selling compact crossover on the European market last year.


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