Renault upshifts Captur for Geneva

Renault has substantially revised its Captur small SUV for showing at the Geneva Motor Show next week, writes Brian Byrne.

As the biggest selling model in its segment across Europe, it doesn't have much more to prove, but there's a more distinctive, even aggressive, front grille treatment.

The lights also get tweaking and the overall look is closer to big brother Kadjar. There are new 'skid plates' front and rear.

No less than seven interior personalisation packs will provide hours of discussion in the homes of potential buyers.

A fixed glass panoramic roof is available as an extra on upper trim levels.

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