Renault is a company that wants to be recognized by its customers and the public at large in all regions and market segments as one of the world’s top automakers for the quality of its products and services. Moreover they have quite affordable prices and this is a determinant factor of their success. A Renault Captur special edition is the latest project coming from the French manufacturer.
Renault teamed up with Helley Hansen, the famous outdoor sports and leisure clothing brand to create a limited edition of the Renault Captur. The vehicle will receive the Extended Grip system, this being a premiere for the model. With this system on, the crossover will be better on difficult terrains with mud, snow, sand, etc. The vehicle features an exclusive Flamme Red paint with a black or ivory roof, along with three other combinations: Etoilé Black with ivory roof, Cassiopée Grey with black roof and Ivory with black roof.
The Renault Captur limited edition rides on a set of 17-inch diamond-effect black alloys and it is also equipped with Platine Grey front and rear skid plates, an R-Link multimedia system, automatic climate control, electric folding mirrors, fog lights with cornering function and heated front seats. So, it has just plenty of options to satisfy the driver. The special edition is powered by the same engines used on the regular model, too. We remind here the Energy TCe90 and TCe120 linked to an EDC automatic gearbox or the Energy dCi90 working together with a manual transmission or the EDC.
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