A smaller screen-counter for the Captur RS Line? Argus had already told you about it in April. At that time, it was only a temporary measure, related to the shortages of semiconductors. But Renault seems less and less optimistic to improve the situation quickly. The Captur RS Line will permanently have to be content with a 7-inch digital dashboard, instead of the large 10-inch panel which it benefited from in its early days. Only the plug-in hybrid E-Tech version escapes this treatment, because it has specific displays. On the other hand, whatever the engine, it will also be necessary to ignore the induction smartphone charger.
Up to € 200 price reduction
Small consolation, unlike what happened in the spring, this reduction in the allocation is accompanied by a reduction in prices. It reaches € 200 on petrol engines and the classic E-Tech 145 hp hybrid, and € 100 on the E-Tech plug-in hybrid 160 hp. However, this reduction is canceled out if you opt for one of the metallic paints. The price of these optional colors increases by 200 € on the Captur RS Line, to align with the other finishes. 200 € is also the amount that will have to be paid for the roof bars, instead of 150 € previously. A change which this time concerns the entire Captur range, from the entry level Zen to the Initial Paris.
Renault Captur prices (July 2021)
|Price (in euros)||Zen||Intensive||R.S. Line||Initial Paris|
|TCe 90 BVM||21 950||24 550||–||–|
|TCe 100 GPL BVM||21 950||24 550||–||–|
|TCe 140 (MHEV) BVM||23 800||26 400||28 400||–|
|TCe 140 (MHEV) EDC||25 750||28 350||30 350||31 950|
|TCe 160 (MHEV) EDC||–||29 300||31 300||32 900|
|E-Tech 145||27 500||29 700||31 900||33 300|
|E-Tech Plug-in 160||–||34 850||36 950||38 550|