Renault India is facing difficulty in regulating continuous sales for the range of models. The biggest roadblock in the sales graph is new capture as it is not experiencing a four-digit monthly sales. Even, it has received less than 400 sales in the last three months.
Instead of offering Rs. 1.25 lakh discount on 2017 variant, this model is lowest performing for Renault India. It was introduced in November 2017 and priced at Rs. 9.99 lakh but purchasers are more busy in buying the Duster than the Captur.
Although it also has good options for customization like the Kwid, it never performed as supposed by the Renault India. Instead of the Captur, the Jeep Compass is able to sell out a great number of units every month. The Kwid is also encountering the slow performance of rising popularity of Tiago hatchback considering the entry-level hatchback department.
Renault Lodgy and Duster are now quite relaxed as compared to the rivals instead of being old in front of them. Renault has showcased the next-gen Duster and it is the last chance to sustain in the segment as Captur fails.
Renault Captur is powered by a 1.5L, four-cylinder diesel engine which is able to churn out a peak power of 110 PS and a peak torque of 240 Nm, whereas who are looking for petrol options can go for 1.5L petrol engine which is able to churn out a max power of 106 PS and a peak torque of 142 Nm.
Top spec variant is available with six airbags whereas the addition of electronic stability control, brake assist, ABS, and EBD make the car to perform in all situations. For stress-free driving, it has the Automatic LED headlamps.