2013 Renault Captur review

 

phillip curtis

4 months ago

 got one of these as a rental car. what a pile of plop, no power and everything is plastic. nice looking but seriously you have to think hard and pray when pulling away.

Jack Mehoff

9 months ago

 The battery is brick-able you fools. you cant buy your own.  The manufacturer has complete control over the product.  How dare you advertise this care you cheat.
With the vast majority of their rproducts ranking at the bottom, and their brand as a whole consistently STILL rating at the bottom, with the 2007 Laguna showing such a poor showing after 3 years in the link i posted, Renault is finding its horrible reliability record is still very real. When renault says their goal is to make cars that last 300,000 km (190,000mi) in the years to come, thats really sad considering other brands have been doing that and more for years. Renault is best avoided.
Show me. I’d LOVE to see who Renault paid to gloss over their truly horrible reliability record that they have consistently accumulated over the years. Renaults cars CONTINUE to be laden with problems, breakdowns, and expense. Renaults philosophy of cheapening at the expens of reliability is their management trumps engineering attitude at its finest. Their cars are pure trash.
 The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between the French Renault (based in Paris) and the Japanese Nissan (Yokohama). Alliance sells 10% of cars sold in the world. Strategic partners since 1999, Renault and Nissan sold in 2012 to 8.1 million vehicles in more than 200 countries. In addition to its partnership with AVTOVAZ, the Alliance has strategic partnership agreements with various manufacturers such as Daimler German, Chinese Dong Feng or Ashok Leyland.

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Andrew Kirkley

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Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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