Renault has discharged first pictures of the refreshed Captur for the Russian market. While the pre-facelift Captur sold in Russia and one that is as of now on special in India are both dependent on the B0 stage, this facelift shares its underpinnings with the Renault Arkana.
Outwardly, the Captur facelift just gets unpretentious corrective changes, for example, new-look combination haggles adjustments to the grille and guard, however the progressions underneath are undeniably increasingly noteworthy. Renault says the revived Captur is really founded on the refreshed and “further developed” B0+ stage that made its introduction on the Arkana SUV-roadster.
The Captur will be sold as a petroleum just model in the Indian market post April 1, 2020 as Renault won’t overhaul the 1.5-liter K9K diesel motor. This implies for the underlying piece of the BS6 period, the Captur will be accessible with a sole 1.5-liter oil unit.
To the extent the updates go, we can anticipate that the Captur should come to India with minor corrective changes that will in all probability be in accordance with the model appeared in Russia. The refreshed Captur is additionally expected to accompany the new 156hp, 1.3-liter turbo-petroleum motor that was appeared on the Duster at Auto Expo 2020. This new motor highlights direct-infusion just as turbocharging and will be acquainted with the Duster line-up at some point one month from now.
The invigorated Russia-spec Captur’s B0+ stage may not come to India as the refreshed design supports a huge number of models in the Russian household advertise. In India, it is the B0 stage that is progressively normal and is seen on vehicles like the main gen Duster and the Nissan Kicks. Henceforth, moving to the updated B0+ may not bode well for the producer as neither the second-gen Duster nor the Arkana are relied upon to come to India.
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