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Renault Captur Sales Figures

Renault Captur

The second generationCaptur is the third locally produced model for French brand in China, after the Renault Kadjar and Renault Koleos. Before, the French brand only imported its models in low volumes, most notably the Koleos crossover and Fluence and Latitude sedans from South-Korea and the first generation Captur small crossover from France. The Chinese Captur is built in Renault’s new factory in Wuhan with Joint Venture partner Dongfeng.

The Renault Captur is a subcompact crossover SUV produced by the French automaker Renault since 2013. It is currently in its second generation, which was introduced in 2019. The Captur is a popular car among young people and families.

Renault Captur Overview

The Renault Captur is a compact crossover SUV produced by the French automaker Renault. It fits into the increasingly popular B-segment of the SUV market, which includes small SUVs and crossovers. The Renault Captur was introduced in 2013, stemming from the success of the concept car of the same name presented a year earlier. Given the rising demand for compact crossovers, the Captur was Renault’s attempt to gain a foothold in this segment.

The Captur showcases a blend of the practicality of an SUV, the efficiency of a compact car, and a youthful design. Over the years, its design has incorporated a mix of bold lines, two-tone color schemes, and distinctive Renault design cues. The Captur’s interior focuses on functionality, with a modular seating arrangement and a decent amount of cargo space, especially for its size. Depending on the trim level and market, the Captur comes equipped with features such as touchscreen infotainment systems, advanced driver assistance systems, and a range of customization options. The Captur offers a range of engine options, including petrol, diesel, and hybrid versions. The focus has largely been on fuel efficiency and urban usability. Its compact size and relatively lightweight make it agile, especially in city driving conditions.

In 2019, Renault introduced the second generation of the Captur, which continued the model’s design ethos but with a more mature and refined look. This generation introduced more advanced technology features, a revamped interior, and new hybrid powertrain options, reflecting Renault’s push towards electrification.

Renault Captur Sales Figures

The Captur has been successful in many markets, especially in Europe. Its combination of design, practicality, and price point makes it a favorable choice for those looking for a compact SUV. It’s among the best-sellers in its segment in several European countries. The Renault Captur competes with other compact SUVs like the Peugeot 2008, Nissan Juke, Ford Puma, and Volkswagen T-Cross, among others.

Renault Captur Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2013 84,085
2014 164,801
2015 194,847
2016 215,493
2017 211,321
2018 211,092
2019 222,540
2020 178,724
2021 162,138
2022 133,893

Europe Annual Growth

Renault Captur China Sales Data & Charts

China Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2019 963
2020 481

China Annual Growth