Renault seems to be moving on safe ground in the auto field. It has some of the most appreciated vehicles in the world. Its 2014 Captur model was declared Europe's best-selling model in its segment and one of the top-three most popular models in France. Now, the French company released a limited edition Renault Captur called Pure, available in France.
The Renault Captur Pure limited edition will be powered by an Energy dCi 110 Euro6 engine that produces some extra 20hp and 40Nm of torque. The engine works linked to a six-speed manual gearbox and delivers a fuel consumption of just 3.7 litres/100km. The new engine has CO2 emissions which are rated at 98g/km.
The Renault Captur Pure limited edition will come as a limited edition with 1000 units to be manufactured. It is distinguished by a special look featuring bespoke roof decals and specific door mirror housings. It wears a Cassiopée Grey paint scheme and an Etoilé Black roof. ‘Pure' badges can be seen on the wings. The interior cabin is governed by leather upholstery in dark charcoal and smoke grey, as well as numbered Pure door-sill badges and carpet mats. It comes equipped with Techno Pack that includes R-Link and reversing camera, leather upholstery and heated front seats, door sill guards, roof decals and metallic paint. The pricing in France starts at €25,100.
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