The Renault Captur range is enriched with the introduction of the Initiale Paris trim level, an option that has also been launched in the Spanish market a few days ago in the small Clio. The downside of this variant is its high price, although the structure of the new 2021 family is quite rational.
In addition to the new Initiale Paris finish, the Captur range suffers from alterations. For example, both the access version disappear Life as the deadline Zen +. The range of engines is also somewhat more limited, leaving out the diesel and offering gasoline the 1.0 TCe with 91 hp as the only option. Too there is a 140 hp MHEV, a 100 hp LPG and a 160 hp PHEV.
Returning to the Captur Initiale Paris, it has a more careful aesthetic in which the chrome details have a lot of prominence, some beautiful alloy wheels, the version logo on specific grille, tinted windows, smart Full LED headlights, parking sensors and automatic parking.
The standard equipment includes the automatic climate control, leather upholstery, heated seats and steering wheel, 9.3-inch navigation system, configurable digital instrumentation, Bose sound system, Apple CarPlay, keyless access, interior LED pack, folding mirrors, signal reader, etc.
The prices of the new Captur 2021 range with promotions are as follows:
|1.0 TCe 91 CV 6MT||15,870||18,295||–|
|1.0 TCE 100 CV LPG 5MT||16,770||19,095||–|
|1.3 TCe 140 CV MHEV 6MT||17,370||19,795||–|
|1.3 TCe 140 CV MHEV EDC||–||21,595||–|
|1.6 E-TECH 160 CV PHEV EDC||–||28,545||31,445|