1. Rejigged variants
The Captur continues to be available in petrol and diesel engine options, but is now offered only in a base RxE variant and the top-end Platine version. The previously available RXL and RXT trims have been discontinued.
The prices for the SUV now start at Rs 9.5 lakhs (all prices ex-showroom) for the base RxE petrol trim showing a Rs 50,000 drop from its earlier pricing. Then, a Platine trim priced at Rs 12 lakhs is new to the petrol line-up as this variant was earlier offered only with the diesel model. On the other hand, the diesel RxE is priced at Rs 10.5 lakhs, while the Platine trim goes up to Rs 13 lakhs.
The addition of a wide range of safety features make the Captur comply with the Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP). This includes standard equipment like dual airbags, anti-lock braking System (ABS) with electronic brake distribution (EBD), rear parking sensors, driver and co-driver seat belts reminder and speed alerts as well.
4. New touchscreen system
Furthermore, there's a new 17.64cm touch screen system in the car which is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Eco Guide and Voice recognition. This Touch Screen MediaNAV Evolution is in line with the carmaker's One Integration concept and design approach to seamlessly connect the car and the driver.