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2015 Renault Captur: Australian price and specs


It may have been two years since it launched in Europe – and a little late to the mini-SUV game in Australia – but Renault has brought the 4.1-metre Captur crossover to Australia for 2015.

On sale now, the Captur faces the likes of the Holden Trax, Ford EcoSport, Nissan Juke and Honda HR-V – but crucially for the French manufacturer, it launches before the long-awaited Mazda CX-3 that’s slated to be a segment leader.

With just three models, the Renault range is a simple one. There’s a well-equipped, $22,990 base Expression five-speed manual, powered by a 0.9-litre turbocharged three-cylinder putting out 66kW and 135Nm. It’s slow (13 seconds to 100), but no doubt another delightful three-pot motor, and it’s frugal with 4.9L / 100km as the combined fuel figure.


The $25,990 Expression automatic shares a 1.2-litre turbo four producing 90kW and 190Nm with the $27,990 Dynamique flagship, with the top car available only with a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The range-topper adds 17-inch wheels (up from 16), chrome highlights, rear tinting, and removable seat covers.

In an odd omission, no Captur gets curtain airbags for rear passengers – a fault we’d like to see rectified.

2015 Renault Captur range: pricing

All prices are RRP list prices, before on-road costs or options.

  • Expression manual: $22,990
  • Expression automatic: $25,990
  • Dynamique automatic: $27,990