Renault Captur Lease Deals
Renault Captur Top Features
Stylish exterior design.
Soft, comfortable drive.
Why Lease A Renault Captur?
Benefits Of A Renault CapturThe Renault Captur blends the most important features of any compact car. It’s spacious inside, small on the outside and easy to drive. It’s at home anywhere, from motorways to narrow back roads. And with a wide engine range including petrol, hybrid and plug-in hybrid power, the French crossover is also very economical. Add in minimalist good looks and you’ve got a great small vehicle.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
Despite its compact size, the Captur is huge inside. At 404 litres, the boot is enormous. And it grows even more if you slide the rear seats forward. That costs you some legroom, but it gives you an extra 132 litres of boot space. The hybrid’s boot is between 326 and 440 litres, depending on where you put the back seats, and the plug-in hybrid has 265-379 litres of space.
Assuming you keep the seats all the way back, you also get plenty of cabin space. There’s loads of headroom in the front and even tall adults will fit in the back.
The E-Tech Plug-In Hybrid is by far the most economical version of the Captur. Or at least it is on paper. It will manage between 29 and 31 miles on electricity alone, which is more than enough for shopping, the school run or even a short commute. If your lifestyle fits, you won’t use the petrol engine much at all. That’s sure to keep your fuel bills low. The E-Tech plug-in hybrid will also keep your tax bill down, with CO2 emissions of between 33- and 36g/km. That means company-car tax is kept to a minimum.
Alternatively, you could go for the E-Tech Hybrid, which uses a more conventional hybrid system. It’s a good middle ground between the plug-in hybrid and the normal petrol engines. Having said that, both the TCe 90 and TCe 140 are capable of almost 50mpg on the official economy test.
Renault Captur Models Available
Captur SUVThe Captur is only available as a 5-seat, 5-door SUV. You can have it with petrol, hybrid or plug-in hybrid powertrains.
The Renault Captur Vs Competitors
Reliability isn’t an issue for most French car brands, and Renault is no different. The Captur uses plenty of parts from other models in the Renault range, and new Capturs come with a 3-year warranty so you know you’re covered.
The Captur’s boot is big for a car in this class. Thanks to sliding rear seats, you get up to 536 litres of luggage space with all 5 seats still in place. Slide them back to free up more rear legroom and that drops to a still-respectable 404 litres. Just remember hybrid versions of the Captur have less space back there.
Leasing a Renault Captur gives you a choice of 5 main trim levels. The range kicks off with the Play trim, before climbing through SE Limited, Iconic and S Edition versions. The range is capped by the R.S. Line model, which takes styling inspiration from Renault’s sports and racing cars.
Yes. Rear parking sensors are included on every version of the Captur. High-end S Edition and R.S. Line models add front parking sensors to the mix, as well as a rear-view camera.
Very. The Captur has plenty of space inside. There’s enough rear legroom for adults, as long as you slide the seats all the way back. And no matter who occupies those seats, you’ll have plenty of space in the boot. The basic petrol-powered Captur has far more luggage space than a Volkswagen Golf.
The Captur has become one of the most popular small crossover-SUVs you can lease. Smart styling, a spacious interior and economical engines seal the deal.
Leasing a Captur with Vanarama takes all the hassle out of finding your next car. Without the need to fork out massive initial deposits, you can lease this popular Renault model for an affordable monthly price. There’s also never any hidden fees, and we provide extra protection should you come across any issues during your lease agreement.