Renault Captur Crossover 0.9 TCe 90 Dynamique Media Nav 5dr £11995 @ DTD
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Renault Captur Crossover 0.9 TCe 90 Dynamique Media Nav 5dr £11995 @ DTD

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Found 17th Jun 2015
The quoted price includes a £1,600 finance deposit contribution which is conditional upon you taking out PCP finance at 5.9%APR Representative over a period of up to 36 months with no minimum deposit.
however just payback soon after receiving car.
seems lot of car for this price. good review on Whatcar.

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Good deal. 57.7 mpg and 4.8 out of 5 reviews.

Ordering 5

Any penalties on the finance, can you claim the benefit and then repay?

Original Poster

I cant see why not.. may be small amount to pay for administration !!
you got to check with the dealer.

Banned

so 12k on finance? ? That's very dear

0.9 Engine!

masekwm

Any penalties on the finance, can you claim the benefit and then repay?



Yes, i did this on the new Focus i bought recently, then paid the full amount off after 30 days with no interest charges. Its like getting £1,600 free.

No idea what these cars are like, as i've not drove one..... but £12K for a brand new one of these seems pretty good to me.
Heat.

No doubt the car experts will be along soon.

May be a lot of car for the money but unfortunately very little to power it

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This_Is_My_Username

0.9 Engine!



It's a 0.9 with a small turbo, but don't expect much from it.

I have the 1.2 turbo version in my clio estate and it really doesn't have enough power when loaded with passengers and luggage.

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cgap

CommentIt's a 0.9 with a small turbo, but don't expect much from it.I … CommentIt's a 0.9 with a small turbo, but don't expect much from it.I have the 1.2 turbo version in my clio estate and it really doesn't have enough power when loaded with passengers and luggage.



Although the 0.9l lump is probably 3 cylinder so may not be so bad.

cgap

CommentAlthough the 0.9l lump is probably 3 cylinder so may not be so bad.



think you`re right.

Probably same one as in Dacia Sandero 0.9l 120ps

Original Poster

ford and vaux do good 1l turbo engine....which gets good reviews.

Looks good to me......and the wife's been nagging me about these cars, so 2 birds with one stone!

This or Suzuki Vitara (new) ??

Kammyb

Good deal. 57.7 mpg and 4.8 out of 5 reviews. Ordering 5



Don't believe the consumption figures!
My Wife has one and she's lucky if she gets 40.0. However the car is a nice drive and the seating position is high up.
I believe Renault have recently been in the news regarding the qouted mpg of their vehicles as well. With most users reporting lower than average for this car.

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vig1lante

Don't believe the consumption figures!My Wife has one and she's lucky if … Don't believe the consumption figures!My Wife has one and she's lucky if she gets 40.0. However the car is a nice drive and the seating position is high up.I believe Renault have recently been in the news regarding the qouted mpg of their vehicles as well. With most users reporting lower than average for this car.



I struggle to get 40mpg out of the 1.2tce and that's quoted as a lot higher.

Most of my driving is a city commute though so is to be expected really.

The problem with small capacity turbo engines is that until the turbo kicks in the engine struggles with the weight of the car, so to compensate you tend to rev a little higher than normal, consuming more fuel. In my experience anyway.

Pay off the finance on my current car and leave the payments the same ? Can do ?
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