The Renault Kaptur is a compact crossover for Russian market manufactured by the Renault-Russia plant since 2016.
While the European Captur is based on the Clio hatchback, the Duster platform is used for the Russian Kaptur. The wheel-base was increased by 68 mm to 2674 mm in comparison with the European version and the body length grew even greater – by 211 mm to 4333 mm – thanks to the increased rear overhang. The declared road clearance is 204 mm. In general, the car design didn’t change; the vehicle has only original bumpers.
The most important novelty for the Russian market is four-wheel drive transmission. The European Capture can be only a front-wheel drive vehicle, but the Russian cars also has a four-wheel drive variant.
The front-wheel drive Kaptur is powered by the 1.6-liter engine and manual gearbox or CVT, while all-wheel drive version has the 2.0-liter engine and manual or automatic gearbox.
1.6 — 114 HP, front-wheel-drive, petrol
|Life||879 000 rubles||Manual|
|Life||930 000 rubles||CVT|
|Drive||945 000 rubles||Manual|
|Drive||995 000 rubles||CVT|
|Style||1 065 000 rubles||CVT|
2.0 — 143 HP, all-wheel-drive, petrol
|Drive||1 075 000 rubles||Manual|
|Drive||1 125 000 rubles||Automatic|
|Style||1 145 000 rubles||Manual|
|Style||1 195 000 rubles||Automatic|