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Why buy a used Renault Captur?

If you're in the market for a car that's spacious, comfortable and good value, then a used Renault Captur is a great choice. More than 1.5 million of these small SUVs were made, and they have been very popular in the UK, making good used examples easy to find. The Captur has a stylish exterior and an excellent range of efficient engines, making it a top choice for those needing an affordable yet practical used car.

Latest used Renault Captur

Renault, Captur

2018 (68) - Renault Captur

2018 (68) - Renault Captur16

£8,000

Finance available £156 pm

*Representative example

  • 0.9L
  • 52.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Supreme Cars Cheltenham Ltd

01242855754 *

Renault, Captur

2016 (16) - Renault Captur

2016 (16) - Renault Captur16

Low Mileage

£7,995

Finance available £156 pm

*Representative example

  • 0.9L
  • 32.4K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Leighton Cars Limited

01513917472 *

Renault, Captur

2016 (16) - Renault Captur

2016 (16) - Renault Captur22

Low Mileage

£8,695

Finance available £171 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.5L
  • 34.0K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Brooklands Motor Company ltd

01772507520 *

5/5 Stars

Renault, Captur

2016 - Renault Captur

2016 - Renault Captur2

Low Mileage

£7,950

Finance available £155 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.5L
  • 42.5K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Campbell Trade Sales

02837180063 *

Renault, Captur

2014 (Z3) - Renault Captur

2014 (Z3) - Renault Captur26

Low Mileage

£6,995

Finance available £133 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.5L
  • 70.9K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Elite Motors of Garstang Ltd

01995310059 *

3.8/5 Stars

Renault, Captur

2017 - Renault Captur

2017 - Renault Captur16

Low Mileage

£8,995

Finance available £178 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.5L
  • 54.0K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Hatchback

Wrights Motors

01366648875 *

Renault, Captur

2018 (18) - Renault Captur

2018 (18) - Renault Captur1

Low Mileage

£12,999

Finance available £259 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.2L
  • 13.5K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

DCC Driving Cleaner Cars

01252980203 *

3.8/5 Stars

Renault, Captur

2016 (66) - Renault Captur

2016 (66) - Renault Captur12

£4,995

Finance available £89 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.5L
  • 113.1K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Platinum Car Centre

01752525946 *

Renault Captur snapshot review

Pros

  • Cool styling
  • Affordable prices
  • Spacious interior

Cons

  • Expensive options
  • Sluggish petrol engines
  • Disappointing automatic gearbox

Renault Captur by type

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Used Renault Captur information

Engines and transmissions

Used Captur are available with a wide range of engine options, including petrol, diesel and hybrid. These have all been paired to either an automatic or a manual gearbox and standard front-wheel drive.

Petrol
  • 1.0-litre engine outputs 89bhp with a rating of up to 48.7mpg.
  • More powerful TCe 140 uses a 1.3-litre four-cylinder to generate 138bhp, getting to 60mph in 10 seconds.
  • Self-charging E-TECH Hybrid 145 generates 140bhp by combining a 1.6-litre petrol engine and dual electric motors. Expect fuel economy of around 57mpg.
  • E-TECH Plug-in Hybrid 160 uses the same setup but has a larger battery and produces 157bhp with an all-electric range of up to 30 miles per charge.
Diesel
  • Earlier second-generation models included Blue dCI 95 and 115 1.5-litre engines, which produced either 93 or 113bhp. These are good for around 55-60mpg.
  • First-generation models included a 1.5-litre diesel that had an output of 88 or 108bhp, depending on the trim, and were capable of around 60mpg.

Practicality

With more space in the latest generation and plenty of adjustments, the Captur is ideal for family travel and daily driving.

Interior space
  • Adjustable driver's seat and steering wheel offer support for people of all sizes.
  • Rear bench seats can be moved backwards and forward, allowing you to choose between boot space and extra rear seat leg room.
  • Rear middle seat is best suited for a child only.
Boot space
  • With the back seats moved forward, there's a large 536-litre boot, which is bigger than the Volkswagen T-Cross and the Citroen C3 Aircross.
  • Hybrid offers 440 litres of boot space, while the plug-in hybrid offers 379 litres. The battery packs do take up some of the capacity.
  • Total boot space measures up to 1,275 litres with the rear seats folded down.
  • No boot lip and a divider makes the boot more practical and easier to load.

Safety

  • Perfect five-star rating from Euro NCAP.
  • Adult occupant rating is 96%, while child occupant is 83%.
  • Standard safety kit includes automatic high-beam headlights, hill start assist, rear parking sensors, lane departure warning, cruise control and lane keep assist.

Technology

  • 7.0-inch touchscreen can be upgraded to 9.3 inches for better visibility.
  • Standard features have included Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, DAB radio and a satnav system.
  • Available wireless phone charger reduces cable clutter in the cabin.
  • 4.2-inch driver display could be swapped with a 7- or 10-inch model, depending on the trim.

Renault Captur generations

Following the success of the Nissan Juke, Renault launched the Captur into the small crossover segment with the 2013 model. It was based on the Clio but is more spacious and larger. The model went mostly unchanged until the second generation launched in 2019. Renault continues to make minor changes and styling upgrades so that it remains relevant in an ever-growing market.

Second Generation (2019 to Present)

With the release of the second-generation Captur, the platform was shared with the fifth-generation Clio, which is the same used by the Nissan Juke, allowing for a larger interior. New models received improved headlight design, shared with the Megane. New powertrain options were also released, increasing the efficiency and power.

A 2024 refresh brought sportier, narrow LED headlights to create a sharper style. Oblique slats were added to the grille, while a new air intake was installed on the lower bumper. These changes gave the Captur a bolder appearance. Between the three trims, various wheel designs and body colours, there were 17 different configurations to choose from.

Second Generation (2019 to Present)
Fuel type:
Diesel / Hybrid - Petrol/Electric / Not Supplied / Petrol
Engine Size:
1 - 1.6
MPG:
Acceleration:
8.6 - 14.4 seconds
Boot space:
261 - 422 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.6 E-TECH Hybrid 145 Iconic 5dr Auto

  • Cheapest

    1.0 TCE 100 Play 5dr

  • Fastest

    1.3 TCE 155 Iconic 5dr EDC

First Generation (2013 to 2019)

In 2013, Renault extended the wheelbase of the smaller Clio and added some extra ground clearance to create the Captur. Very quickly, it became one of the most popular compact SUVs in the UK, thanks to its efficient engine options, raised driving position and low running costs. With its angled headlights, two-tone body options and large grille, the Captur became well known for its styling.

In 2017, Renault released a small design refresh. Uniquely sculpted doors were added to make the Captur appear longer, while a roof spoiler was added to the rear end. The rear bumper also received some styling upgrades, with the inside mostly unchanged.

First Generation (2013 to 2019)
Fuel type:
Diesel / Petrol
Engine Size:
0.9 - 1.5
MPG:
50 - 78
Acceleration:
9.5 - 13.8 seconds
Boot space:
455 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    0.9 TCE 90 Expression+ Energy 5dr

  • Cheapest

    0.9 TCE 90 Expression+ 5dr

  • Fastest

    1.3 TCE 150 Iconic 5dr EDC

Used Renault Captur information

Used Renault Captur FAQ's

Which is the most popular engine in the Renault Captur?

The petrol engines have been among the most popular, likely because there have been more of them offered over the years compared to the diesel options. They're also cheaper to buy. As the hybrid and plug-in hybrid increase in popularity, more of these models can be found on the used market.

Which are the most popular variant?

The newest Captur comes in three variant: Evolution, Techno and E-Tech engineered. However, the older Iconic trim is the most popular. This was a mid-range trim, standard with 17-inch alloy wheels and automatic air conditioning.

What optional extras should I look out for?

Renault offers several different display sizes, with the larger options providing better visibility and easier interactivity. Customers should also look out for the wireless phone charger, which is a useful feature.

Is the Renault Captur a good family car?

Even though the Captur is a compact SUV, there's plenty of room inside to hold a family. Two adults could fit in the back seat with a child in the middle. There is also a large amount of boot space compared with most of the competition.

Is there a hybrid version of the Renault Captur?

Yes, Renault has offered a mild hybrid configuration of the Captur, rated at 140bhp. There has also been a plug-in hybrid that offers up to 30 miles of all-electric driving on a single charge.

Is the Renault Captur available as an automatic?

Both a manual and an automatic gearbox have been offered with select engines. Based on the used market, the manual transmission has been much more popular, providing better value to drivers.

Is there a four-wheel drive version available?

No, all Captur models come standard with front-wheel drive only.

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