The French have always done cars a little differently than most and with the new Captur, now in its second generation, Renault has managed to produce a subcompact crossover that feels just as good as its rivals while retaining its quirkiness.
The first-generation Captur was produced between 2013 and 2019 and was based on the fourth-generation Clio. It was a solid performer and while it wasn’t a big seller in Australia, they remain a frequent sight on local roads, in particular those with some of the striking two-tone paint finishes that were available.
This second-generation model is very different. Found under the skin of this new model is the CMF-B platform from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and in addition to it being larger than its predecessor, it also looks and feels much more sophisticated.
When looking at the new Captur in person for the first time, » Read More