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Renault’s new Captur arrives in Ireland

Wednesday, 29th January, 2020 3:59pm


Renault’s 27 dealerships hosted local launches for the all-new Captur from on 23 January, where customers were able to test drive and order the new-look model.

Priced from €21,995, customers can avail of €3,500 savings guaranteed on the Captur for 201, as Renault is rewarding customers for choosing a cleaner, lower emissions car with Renault Carbon Rewards, a simple and transparent new offer for 201 registrations. Customers will receive €1,000 Carbon Cashback and 2.01 per cent APR until 31 January through Renault Bank.

The Captur will build on the success of the original model since it launched in 2013 with over 10,000 Capturs on Irish roads since then, and playing a critical role in growing compact SUVs to over 10 per cent of the new passenger car market in 2019.

Style, space, interior quality and active safety equipment have become the keys to success in the segment, which the Captur offers to an unrivalled degree. The Captur has been awarded the maximum 5-star Euro NCAP safety test rating, proving its qualities in terms of safety and wide range of driving aids.

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) available on the Captur fall into three categories: Driving, Parking and Safety. Together, they form the Renault Easy Drive system. Their settings are easy to adjust from the Renault Easy Link multimedia system touchscreen.

It boasts more space than before, is more versatile than ever, more refined, and has a range of ADAS and generous EasyLife features. From entry level upwards, all versions of the Captur include 17 inch wheels, multimedia touch-screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, full LED lights and automatic climate control. Moving up the range adds more standard features, including the contrasting roof, the stunning 9.3 inch touchscreen and some stylish alloy wheel designs.

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