In 2014 Captur has emerged as Europe's best-selling model in its segment as well as one of the top-three most popular models in France. Now, a numbered limited edition Renault Captur called Pure is making a debut in France. It is equipped with the Energy dCi 110 Euro6 engine that has a 20hp/40Nm power/torque gain, translating into crisper mid-range acceleration. The unit is connected to a six-speed manual gearbox, thus delivering a fuel consumption of just 3.7 litres/100km.
The engine has been added to Captur's catalogue and in order to celebrate this Renault has released the Pure. In addition, the new unit in the range can reach 100 km/h from zero, which is two seconds faster performance than this of the previous dCi90.
The powerplant boasts even more responsive mid-range acceleration than the acclaimed dCi90. Yet it also stands out through its CO2 emissions which are rated at 98g/km. The numbered limited-edition Renault Captur Pure will benefit from this engine.
The sad news is that its production will be limited to 1,000 units. Firstly, this fuel-efficient, chic and extensively-equipped car stands out through its exclusive, distinctive look. Its exterior styling tweaks feature bespoke roof decals and specific door mirror housings.
Captur Pure is painted in Cassiopée Grey and features an Etoilé Black roof. There is a ‘Pure' badging is visible on the wings. Inside, the cabin is wrapped in leather upholstery in dark charcoal and smoke grey, along with numbered Pure door-sill badging and carpet mats.
The car is based on the range's Intens equipment level, but features the following extra items: Techno Pack that features R-Link + reversing camera, leather upholstery and heated front seats, carpet mats, door sill guards, roof decals and metallic paint. The model is currently on sale in France and has a starting price of €25,100.