Unlike some of its competitors, there’s no unnecessary ‘pinching’ in the Captur’s design. It seems well-proportioned and nicely rounded on its curves.
There’s a young and sporty vibe with the shapely LED lights, two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels and large windows with privacy glass at the rear.
You can also see this on the colour options, as it’s one of the few small SUVs that has some colours in the line-up other than grey.
You can further customise it by choosing the two-tone version like the one I drove, where it sports a black roof. This does cost an extra $650, depending on the combo.
The exterior makes you think the inside is going to be a bit more luxurious than it is but the Captur’s shape doesn’t look like it will date quickly.
The interior is nice but didn’t exactly thrill me. There are a lot of hard plastics but the synthetic leather seats are a nice touch and add some much-needed style.
I like how the car's multimedia system hums and turns on when you get into the car; it feels like a nice welcome. The portrait multimedia screen and partial digital instrument panel look cohesive and well positioned, too.