2016 Renault Captur updates: complete guide

July 04, 2016 by

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The new range-topping Renault Captur Iconic Nav gets upgraded equipment and exclusive paintwork options. Read on for details…

Details have been announced of the new Renault Captur Iconic Nav trim. This range-topping version of the French brand’s compact SUV comes with a number of equipment and styling upgrades. Read on for full details…

This new special edition Captur is offered with two-tone paint made up of a pearlescent Arctic White body and dark Diamond Black roof. Contrasting blue decals are applied to the mirror caps and door trims while the front and rear bumpers now have painted lower surfaces. A set of 17-inch alloy wheels are fitted as standard and come with black plastic inserts and a blue centre cap.

The interior benefits from part-leather upholstery with bright blue stitching – this detail is complimented by blue-tinted chrome elements dotted around the cabin. Aluminium pedals, a selection of matt black trim pieces and heated front seats complete the interior modifications.

Renault’s new traction control system, with specific settings for mud and snow tyres, is fitted as standard – as is a reversing camera. The Captur’s infotainment system comes with built-in sat-nav with European mapping and a DAB digital radio, too.

This range-topping model will set you back £19,175 – £2,600 more than an entry-level model fitted with the same 1.2-litre petrol engine and six-speed manual gearbox.

The rest of the Captur range now benefits from a selection of optional upgrades, too. A two-tone paint finish in Flame Red and Diamond Black is priced at £595, while a new red interior trim package is available for an extra £100.