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Renault Captur Tata Nexon SUV

Clash Of Segments: Renault Captur vs Tata Nexon – Which SUV To Buy?

From the outset, let us clarify that the Tata Nexon and Renault Captur are not natural rivals. While the Nexon is a sub-4-metre SUV, the Captur is bigger and belongs to a segment above. There is significant difference in the prices of the two SUVs as well. So, if you’re considering the Nexon, especially one of its top-spec variants,

Sub Jeep SUV Rival Vitara Brezza EcoSport

A Sub-4m Jeep SUV In The Works? Could Rival Vitara Brezza & EcoSport

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is planning to introduce an entry-level Jeep SUV that will sit below the India-bound Renegade and will take on SUVs such as the Ford EcoSport globally. The automaker is still evaluating the development of the SUV, which could be sub-4m in length. That said, it could get the green light on June 1, 2018, when

Renault Captur: 5 Cool Features

The Renault Captur is all set to rock the compact SUV space from November 6, 2017, with its unmatched French flair and an array of exciting and several first-in-segment features. Its peers in the compact SUV space now need to watch out as the Renault Captur is hot on their heels with its robust Duster-based underpinning and premium features.

How Will Nissan Respond To The Renault Captur?

The Renault–Nissan alliance is one of the biggest automotive groups in the world. The duo coexist in India and both share almost all technologies with each other. This becomes quite evident when we look at their respective product portfolios and match them. The Renault Kwid, for instance, is almost exactly the same as the Datsun redi-GO. Similarly, the Nissan Terrano is

Renault Captur : How Comfortable Is It?

The Renault Captur is a stylish looking SUV. The LED lights, floating turn indicators and the 17-inch crystal cut alloy wheels come together to make it look handsome. The Captur is not just good looking though. It packs in a lot of practicality as well. Step inside and the first-in-class ErgoDesign leather** seats, with quilted

Renault Captur’s Smart Access Card – What is it?

The Renault Captur does not have just any key, it has a Smart Access Card. Similar in shape to a typical credit/debit card, the Smart Access Card combines ease of use, safety and sophistication. It’s the size of a credit card which makes it easy to carry in your pocket or purse while also allowing for a

Renault Captur Customisation Options Revealed

Renault is all set to launch the Captur crossover in India on November 6, 2017. The carmaker has revealed multiple personalisation options that will be on offer with the upcoming crossover, that’s expected to be priced between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 14.5 lakh. The Captur will be available with five exterior colour options – Cayenne Orange, Mahogany Brown,

Renault Captur: Five Things We Would’ve Liked

Renault Captur: Five Things We Would’ve Liked

Like every other car, the Captur does have some shortcomings                              Gallery                                                        Reviews Renault India is all set

Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Facelift To Launch Soon

Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Facelift To Launch Soon

The S-Cross facelift adds mild-hybrid SHVS tech along with additional features and improved aesthetics, but has ditched the more powerful 1.6-litre diesel   Maruti has deferred the launch of the S-Cross facelift, which was supposed to happen today, by a few days. It is expected to be priced more or less the same, and will rival the Hyundai

Renault Captur: Five Things We Like

Renault Captur: Five Things We Like

We’ve had a chance to spend some time with Renault’s all-new offering for the Indian market, the Captur, and it surely has a lot going for itself. You can read our first drive review here. Pronounced capture, the name gives a hint to what the carmaker wants the SUV to do. It wants to capture the space which