The car is already sold in the European market two years ago, so Captur is preparing to launch in Brazil. The compact crossover Renault should start to be produced in the final weeks of this year to debut at dealers scheduled for early 2016, to meet the models Honda HR-V and Jeep Renegade.
The Renault Captur must follow the same model sold out. However, the platform will be the same as the Logan and Sandero Duster equipment to reduce production costs. The European version of the SUV is equipped with the very basis of the fourth generation Clio and the motor (so some dynamic performance would be lost).
In addition, the Brazilian version of the model must have a larger size. The car is known as the “Great Captur” and can offer three rows of seats, with capacity to carry up to seven people. Thus, the Captur can further differentiate the Renault Duster, which continues to be offered by the brand.
As for engines, the Renault Captur can be equipped with the 2.0 liter four-cylinder RS Sandero, capable of delivering up to 150 horsepower and 20.9 Nm of torque, with a six-speed manual transmission or automatic. You can be a success by the brand, to incorporate a modern vehicle to market supply SUV.