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Featuring music by Jean-Michel Jarre and affordable – Renault Captur Test Drive (2024).

Featuring music by Jean-Michel Jarre and affordable – Renault Captur Test Drive (2024).

What's inside?

Gone are the circular climate controls, but the touchscreen is larger
Photo: Renault

The Captur's softly padded and well-shaped front seats are very comfortable and relatively high, so you can see well from them, but for this reason, people taller than 180cm may find headroom insufficient. Apart from this

There is enough room for two average adults to fit comfortably behind each other

Also, but the Hyundai Kona looks at least half its size larger on the inside. Fortunately, Renault has retained the rear bench seat that can be pushed on a 16cm rail, popular with customers, and from which you can choose whether you need more rear legroom or a larger luggage compartment. With the seats pushed all the way back, boot volume rises from 616 to 484 litres, which of course still represents excellent value among small SUVs.

Renault Captur
The luggage compartment is spacious and can be diversified thanks to the rear seat that can be pushed on the rail
Photo: Renault

What's new is not the cabin equipment, but the higher and larger resolution screen (up to 960 x 1280 pixels, 10.4-inch diagonal image), as well as the on-board OpenR Link system, which features fast operation and wireless mirroring of smartphones. The compact and updated one tries to make life easier. Users are easier with downloadable Google apps (you can choose from over 50 apps in the Play Store). Unfortunately, the previous easy-to-use three-circle control panel is gone, some of its functionality taken over by the touchscreen, and the rest by the row of physical buttons beneath it, which are so shaped that it can even be used as a phone holder.

Renault Captur
Google's new Open R-based system is higher resolution, prettier, and faster. Google Automotive 12 is its soul, and Captur is the only software that offers this in the B segment today

Photo: Renault

The latest Esprit Alpine equipment now introduced includes textile inserts on the dashboard bearing the French national colours, metallic pedals, blue thread stitching, a unique sports steering wheel, as well as

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In a unique audio world composed by Jean-Michel Jarre

Different from others. The French international star also had a say in tuning the two types of hi-fi (the basic Arkamys or the nine-speaker Harman Kardon), in addition to creating the welcome and farewell tones, in addition to the pedestrian warning sound, which the full hybrid version emits outside at a speed of 30 km/h.

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