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Strong residual values should attract Captur customers
Bristol Street Motors

New Renault Captur reassures with strong residuals

New Renault Captur reassures with strong residuals

The new Renault Captur crossover, that gets its full showroom launch on 1st July, has scored very well with a recently awarded set of residual value forecasts from leading provider, CAP.

The super-futuristically-styled new Captur might be stunning to look at, but there's clearly substance too under that curving skin. Valuers, CAP, believe that the Captur Expression+ 1.5 dCi 90 will hold onto a sizeable 43 per cent of its value over three years or 60,000 miles.

This attractive residual figure matches the current class leader, the MINI Countryman, but the Captur also benefits from one of the lowest depreciation figures in its class; beating the MINI. A MINI Countryman loses up to £17,000, while the new Captur is forecast to lose £4,000 to £6,000 less, according to CAP.

The likely best-seller from the Captur range, the Dynamique MediaNav dCi 90 with a diesel engine, is forecast to retain 42 per cent of it value over the same period.

The future for this futuristic Renault crossover certainly looks bright.

Posted by Sebastian TurkenburgADNFCR-3205-ID-801605592-ADNFCR