French carmaker Renault has revealed the production version of the 2013 Renault Captur for the first time to the public. The new model is capable of combining all the advantages of the MPV, SUV and family hatchback and its design makes you adore it from the beginning. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have provided 16- or 17-inch wheels for a better feeling. It has sill protection moldings guard against urban and rural scrapes and the base of each door is shaped to prevent shoes and clothing getting dirty when climbing aboard. The interior has generous dimensions and it is bright, colorful, harmonious and customizable.
The ones interested in purchasing one of these models should know that the model has a choice of light or dark trims available for the first two equipment levels. It has an attractive price for the equipment packs that will offer drivers the opportunity to personalize their car. The new Renault Captur introduces two seldom seen innovations: patented Zip Collection removable seat covers, plus a large Easy Life drawer in place of the familiar glove box. The Zip Collection removable seat covers are easy to unzip to get them clean by hand or by washing machine.
The model has a keyless entry and starting is standard across the range, while a hands-free key card is available for the second equipment level and upwards. In terms of standard equipment, know that the model also features variable-rate power steering, heated, electrically adjustable door mirrors, electric windows front and rear, ABS, emergency brake assist and ESC Bluetooth audio telephone connectivity, speed limited with cruise control, turbocharged engines and so on. This is all for the moment on the matter, but stay close to find out moor soon.
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