Whether you are living in Cape Town, Johannesburg or Durban, we all have to endure heavy road congestion and limited parking spaces. More people are opting for smaller vehicles, especially with added power to get you to your destination as quickly but as safely as possible. With this in mind, the new Renault Captur Sunset is the ideal vehicle for the person who is always on the go. It’s dynamic, it’s agile, it’s practical, and it looks great too.
This four-door vehicle holds more room than meets the eye, where multiple boot compartments allow for easy storage and transportation of bulky goods. The 1.5-litre dCi (66kW Turbo Dynamique) version of the ‘Sunset’ was added to the Renault range in August 2016.
WOW recently shot the video below with musician Chad Saaiman enjoying the luxuries of the new Renault.
It’s clear that Saaiman enjoyed the practicality of the vehicle, especially because he’s a musician who commutes regularly. Other benefits include a built-in satellite navigation system, seat covers that can easily be removed for cleaning and reverse-assist that’s useful when it comes to parking in small spaces. The diesel-powered Dynamique is the perfect complement to its three petrol-powered siblings in the range, namely the Dynamique EDC, the Dynamique 66kW Turbo and the Expression 66kW Turbo.
A multi-functional and -faceted crossover that strikes the ideal balance between design and practicality, Renault Captur’s popularity and performance has resulted in the vehicle consistently maintaining second place in South Africa’s highly contested B-segment small utility vehicle (SUV) crossover category. As a Clio-based crossover, the Renault Captur has the personality of an SUV, the roominess of an MPV and the dynamism of a hatch. With its sleek look and striking black and orange colourway, it’s sure to turn a few heads too.
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