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Renault Captur 2021 review: Life snapshot

Intens variant pictured.
EXPERT RATING
7
The second-generation Captur range opens with the sharply-priced Life, kicking off at $28,190 before on-roads.

The second-generation Captur range opens with the sharply-priced Life, kicking off at $28,190 before on-roads.

The Life has 17-inch wheels, a cloth interior, auto headlights, air-conditioning, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on the 7.0-inch landscape-oriented touchscreen, full LED headlights (that’s a nice touch), front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and a space saver spare.

All three Capturs are powered by the same 1.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder with 113kW and 270Nm of torque, delivering a claimed combined cycle fuel figure of 6.6L/100km.

The standard safety package consists of six airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls, forward AEB (up to 170km/h) with pedestrian and cyclist detection (10-80km/h), reversing camera, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, lane departure warning and lane keep assist.

Captur was awarded a maximum five-star ANCAP rating via its arrangement with Euro NCAP.

You can pay a further $1000 for the Peace of Mind package which adds reverse cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring.

EXPERT RATING
7
Peter Anderson
Contributing journalist

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