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Renault Clio vs Renault Captur

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Renault Captur vs. Renault Clio – Sibling Rivalry at its Best!

Welcome to our Renault Captur vs. Renault Clio Comparison page!

Renault South Africa has been something of a revelation to cash strapped consumers in the country, as they have continually striven to introduce better and more affordable cars into the local automotive market. Because of this they have seen a massive increase in year on year sales. Two of the main reasons for this are the pair of cars that you see here. This is why we have decided to do a comparison study and allow you the discerning South African car buyer the chance to make an informed purchasing decision when you are looking at both the Renault Clio and the Renault Captur. So without much further ado, lets introduce you to these two amazing vehicles…

The Renault Clio

From the moment you first see the new Clio, you’ll know that it is a looker thanks to an aggressive stance that exudes French sexines and glamourous appeal. It also has a longer, lower and wider body than its predecessor, which gives the Clio a sporty feel that we guarantee that will turn more than its fair share of heads as you zoom by with family or friends in tow.

Want to know more about the Renault Clio? Then take a look at our engine, trim and features breakdown below:

1.2 16V 75 Unleaded or E10 petrol 55 kW 107 Nm 5-speed manual
ENERGY TCe 90 Unleaded or E10 petrol 70kW with Overboost 150 Nm with Overboost 5-speed manual

The Renault Clio’s Trim and Features Options

There are 3 very different Renault Clio trim levels available in South Africa, namely the Authentique, Expression and Dynamique. The features breakdown for our Renault Clio vs. Captur comparison is as follows:

Authentique Expression Dynamique
ABS + Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) All of the previous Authentique features All the features of the other two Clio models
Speed Limiter- Cruise Control Passion 16 inch alloy wheel rims Drenalic 17 inch alloy wheel rims (replaces previous models wheel rims)
Hill Start Assist (HSA) ECO Driving Mode Dark Carbon padded fabric upholstery
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Media Nav® multimedia system Fixed glass roof
Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) Body-coloured wing mirror shells
Driver, Passenger, Front & Side Airbags
Isofix 3-Point Attachment Systems
Anti-Submarining System (Fix4sure)

The Renault Captur

One of the latest additions to the Renault family in South Africa, the Captur makes no excuse for being swanky, rather cheekily and oh so French! Both chunkier and funkier than other crossover vehicles in its class, this is a family car that breaks the mold and will continue to do so for years to come. For your convenience, we have broken down the individual engine and trim specs for the Renault Captur in South Africa below:

The Renault Captur’s Engine Options

66KW TURBO Unleaded or E10 petrol 70kW with Overboost 150Nm with Overboost 5-Speed Manual
88KW TURBO EDC Unleaded or E10 petrol 88kW 190Nm 6-Speed EDC Automatic Double Clutch

The Renault Captur’s Trim and Features Options

The Renault Captur is packed full of safety and convenience features, and is available in 3 different trim levels, namely Expression, Dynamique and Dynamique EDC. Their features breakdown for our Renault Captur vs. Clio is as follows:

Expression Dynamique Dynamique EDC
ABS + Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) All of the previous Expression features All the features of the other two Captur models
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Bi-tone exterior paintwork Leather upholstery
Front & Side Airbags Cornering Fog Lights 88 kW Turbo Engine
MediaNav® 7″ touch screen Automatic headlights 6-speed Efficient Dual Clutch Gearbox
Automatic climate control Rain sensitive front wipers
Cruise control and speed limiter Tyre pressure sensor
Rear parking distance control Value Pack: Scratch & Dent
Value Pack: Smash & Grab

Renault Captur vs. Renault Clio – The Verdict!

With both cars originating from the same brand and design studio, it is not very surprising that there are a number of similarities between these two amazing vehicles. To start off with, the pair flaunt a very similar new look Renault grille. They both also have curvy side sills and a majestic window line that sweeps upwards towards the rear of the car.

There are numerous differences however, ones that make each vehicle unique and allow it to appeal to two very different segments of the South African automotive market. The best way to see this however, it to test drive both of these vehicles yourself. This way you’ll be able to make up your own mind about which of these two wonderful vehicles will come out on top in our Renault Captur vs. Renault Clio comparison.


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