The Renault Captur was praised by the panel of fleet experts for its newly refreshed appeal and for having generous standard equipment, eye-catching design and competitive whole-life costs.
Debbie Wood – Editor at BusinessCar, said: “Renault’s Captur is a bit of an underrated hero in the compact SUV segment, especially for fleet, where its whole-life costs stack up well alongside the competition. A mild facelift in 2017 enhanced interior quality, while the Captur’s characterful nature, generous equipment levels and eye-catching design helped make it the stand-out choice with our judges this year.”
Recently given a bolder exterior look with new lighting and a wider grille potentially increased its perceived quality. A panoramic sunroof and new technology never available in its segment before including Hands Free Parking are also available as standard.
The new Captur is priced from £15,615 on the road and is available in five trim levels with a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines with CO2 emissions as low as 95g/km and combined cycle fuel economy of up to 78.5mpg NEDC.
Further details on the New Renault Captur can be found via Glyn Hopkin website.