The Renault Captur petrol is powered by the same 1.5-liter motor that powers the Duster petrol.
Last year when we drove the all-new Renault Captur, we have to say, we were quite impressed. The crossover/SUV came with a purpose to create a niche for itself in the compact SUV space, and frankly, it is making a mark for itself, in a slow and gradual manner.
It came with a very bold and stylish design with a bunch of segment-best features, and very capable petrol and diesel engines. While the powertrains were essentially the same as the ones that do duty on the Renault Duster, and some cars from Nissan, back then we only got the drive the diesel version of the Renault Captur.
However, now we have finally managed to get our hands on the petrol version of the car.