Renault Captur Wave

Renault Captur Wave

Launched in 2013, the replaced the Modus. Unlike its predecessor, which was designed as a mini the was developed for the compact crossover market as part of s new strategy to broaden its lineup. Built on the same Renault B platform as the fourth-generation and the Captur shares its engines with the majority of Renault products. The lineup includes a number of small-displacement, three- and four-cylinder, gasoline and diesel units. The crossover is assembled in Spain and Russia, and is sold in several markets throughout Europe and Asia.

Hugely popular in its home country, where it leads the small SUV segment with an 8.7 percent market share, the Captur has received a new version for the 2016 model year. It goes by the name Captur Wave, it is based on a comprehensively equipped trim, and it comes with a number of exclusive features inside and out. The Captur Wave also marks the debut of a new drivetrain, which pairs the TCe 120 gasoline engine with a six-speed manual transmission. Previously, this mill was only available with the six-speed automatic gearbox.

The Captur Wave is offered in France only, where Renault is already taking orders for the limited-edition crossover. There is no word as to how many will be built, but we expect it to go out of production by the end of 2016.

Continue reading to learn more about the Renault Captur Wave.



Renault Captur Wave

Launched in 2013, the replaced the Modus. Unlike its predecessor, which was designed as a mini the was developed for the compact crossover market as part of s new strategy to broaden its lineup. Built on the same Renault B platform as the fourth-generation and the Captur shares its engines with the majority of Renault products. The lineup includes a number of small-displacement, three- and four-cylinder, gasoline and diesel units. The crossover is assembled in Spain and Russia, and is sold in several markets throughout Europe and Asia.

Hugely popular in its home country, where it leads the small SUV segment with an 8.7 percent market share, the Captur has received a new version for the 2016 model year. It goes by the name Captur Wave, it is based on a comprehensively equipped trim, and it comes with a number of exclusive features inside and out. The Captur Wave also marks the debut of a new drivetrain, which pairs the TCe 120 gasoline engine with a six-speed manual transmission. Previously, this mill was only available with the six-speed automatic gearbox.

The Captur Wave is offered in France only, where Renault is already taking orders for the limited-edition crossover. There is no word as to how many will be built, but we expect it to go out of production by the end of 2016.

Continue reading to learn more about the Renault Captur Wave.


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Renault Captur Wave

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