Renault gives Captur a power boost

MORE power and a host of other upgrades have found their way onto the new limited edition Renault Captur S-Edition, with the French car maker adding a powered-up turbo engine to the range.

Producing 110kW of power (as opposed to the current 88kW) and 250Nm of torque, the new 1.3-litre TCe 150 engine offers increased punch and quicker acceleration through a host of engine enhancements.

A total of 162 Captur S-Edition units will be available, offering a range of style enhancements and improved fuel economy, now down to just 5.4-litres/100km for a combined cycle.

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The top-of-the-line model includes an exclusive two-tone metallic paint finish in Iron Blue with a Diamond Black roof, along with 17-inch ‘Filante’ diamond-cut alloy wheels and S-Edition badging.

The overall effect is further enhanced by Gun Metal Grey door protection inserts and skid plates (front and rear), while inside the cabin features exclusive Alcantara leather upholstery with blue top stitching.

The latest limited-edition Captur also stands out through its technology, which includes R-LINK 2, 360-degree parking sensors, reversing camera, easy park assist, blind spot warning and a BOSE premium sound system.

Other than the exclusive colour combo, three other two-tone metallic paint finish combinations are available; Pearl White with Black Roof, Mercury Grey with Black roof, and Oyster Grey with Black roof.

Vehicles have already begun to arrive in Australia, with the Captur Intens S-Edition with bespoke styling and sporty embellishments, hitting the market from $32,990 drive-away.

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