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The Captur is based on the underpinnings of the Renault Clio and uses that compact's engine and transmission, but whereas the Clio looks low and lithe, the crossover has increased height and comes slightly longer than its brand mate.It departs again from the design of the smaller car starting with the look of the front bumper, which Renault has opted to fit with LED daytime running lights and fog lights as well as bestow the same refinement it does to its conventional cars, as opposed to a simple gray plastic wrap which seems to be the fascia choice for many other crossover manufacturers.On the inside of the Captur, Renault keeps the best design elements that the Clio has to offer, including the glossy black trim, which appears on the steering wheel, the dash and the door panels. Cargo space is also larger than in a Renault Clio, and a little bit bigger than in a Peugeot 2008 crossover.Overall it's a pretty car, easy to drive and looks fresh even after three years of being in production.
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