The Renault Captur which is from the French brand was not able to show its success due to which the carmakers are offering huge offers on the on-road price of 2018 models. The prices of the ex-showroom are not changed but offer free insurance and warranty and even incentives which is for all the seven versions of the Captur.
The price of base petrol Captur RXE variant has been decreased by approx. Rs 1.37 lakh from Rs 12.23 lakh to Rs 10.86 lakh. And the price of higher-specification diesel Captur Platine Dual Tone trim has been decreased by Rs 2.58 lakh from Rs 17.16 lakh to Rs 14.58 lakh.
The Captur which is available with four diesel variants (powered 110hp, 1.5-litre engine) and three petrol trims (powered by 106hp, 1.5-litre powertrain) is only available in manual transmission options. The USPs of the stylish SUV are ride feature, refinement, and solid build quality.
In Indian market, the sales of the Captur between the period December 2017-November 2018 was only 2,912 units as compared to the Hyundai Creta which sold 36,373 units. The Capture competes with the rivals- Maruti S-cross, Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier and Nissan Kicks. So let us see now, whether the price drop will help the Renault to help in their sales figures.