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Renault Captur 2018 SUV - Review

Renault Captur 2018 SUV - Review

This is the Renault Captur. It was one of the first cars to kick off the mini-SUV craze back in 2013, but since then a huge crowd of rivals have burst into the class. The Captur gained a raft of updates for 2018, so do the tweaks keep it competing towards the top of the class? Find out in this full, in-depth review.


15 Things You Didn't Know About RENAULT

15 Things You Didn't Know About RENAULT

Discover facts you didn't know about Renault : who owns Renault? What is Renault's net worth? Which is the most expensive Renault car? Does Renault have electric cars? Does Renault have any concept cars? Who is the CEO of Renault? Is Renault a luxury brand? Who owns the most expensive Renault car?


Renault Clio Proto || 280Hp/875Kg

Renault Clio Proto || 280Hp/875Kg

Daniele Pelorosso drives one of the highly modified E1-2000 Class units of the Renault Clio in the Italian Hillclimb Championship. With most of its structure spaceframed by this point, it puts together a very lightweight body with a 2.0L NA engine capable of around 280Hp/9.000Rpm.


Renault Megane (2018) - Review

Renault Megane (2018) - Review

Premium appeal is something mainstream manufacturers are increasingly gunning for and the new Renault Megane has smart styling that makes it look altogether more premium than the car it replaces. It features an advanced infotainment system and comes with a comfortable ride. To find out more, watch this review.


 Renault Alaskan (2018) - Review

Renault Alaskan (2018) - Review

Based on the Nissan NP300 Navara, the Alaskan features new styling up front and the option of a twin-turbo diesel engine in some markets. As previewed by last year’s concept car, the biggest differences between the Alaskan and the Navara occur at the front, where the Renault ute features a new bonnet, grille, headlights, front bumpers, and front fenders. The interior is pretty much lifted straight from the Navara, except, of course, for the branding and a slightly different steering wheel.


Driving the MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR Autonomous Renault

Driving the MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR Autonomous Renault

Discover this one of the kind Renault autonomous car, so unique and high tech that it's the only one in the world and costs a few millions dollars. But with it's crazy futuristic technology and design, how can one not be impressed ?


Renault Kwid Climber - Review

Renault Kwid Climber - Review

Renault increased the rugged appeal of the Kwid with the Climber, but adding an AMT transmission further increases convenience through all driving conditions. Apart from its tough and sporty looks, ride on Climber is excellent. A near INR 30k increase in price improves convenience while driving through traffic, and you get slight fuel efficiency increase too.


Renault Captur SUV (2017) - Review

Renault Captur SUV (2017) - Review

Renault Captur is based on the Duster SUV and there are a few familiar bits but Renault has managed to make it look and feel premium by making a whole bunch of changes to the feature list. Though the Captur SUV gets the same engines as the Duster, there's a world of difference in the way it drives. Watch the review for more informations !


Renault Scenic & Grand Scenic 2017 - Review

Renault Scenic & Grand Scenic 2017 - Review

Discover the brand new Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic, a 5 seater and 7 seater people carrier. The Scenic comes with seven different engine options (two petrol and five diesel) and, even a hybrid option! Even the infotainment display is slightly unique, as it's mounted portrait instead of landscape. Find out more about the new Renault Scenic before it hits the market in review. Will you be purchasing this family friendly MPV? 


Renault ZOE (2018)

Renault ZOE (2018)

The Renault ZOE is an all-electric supermini with seating for five people and a decent-sized boot. It offers a decent electric driving range, and it drives so well and features enough equipment that it can be considered a rival for the Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio, particularly as it costs the same to buy as a diesel-powered Clio. However as battery purchase or monthly rental will increase your costs, the numbers really need to stack up for a switch to electric to make sense.