Since mid-2020 the Captur has been available in a plug-in hybrid version.

This year Renault is adding a new E-Tech single hybrid variant to its SUV. Its prices start at 27,100 euros.

The Renault Captur is off to a good start in 2021. It is the manufacturer’s first vehicle to have a plug-in hybrid E-Tech Plug-In version as well as a simple hybrid E-Tech already seen on the Clio.

Orders are not open for the moment, so you will have to wait a few more days to be able to order your Renault Captur E-Tech in a simple hybrid version.

Several finishes from 27,100 euros

The base model is offered with the Zen finish for 27,100 euros, i.e. 1,150 euros more than a petrol version of the Captur with 140 hp. The advantage is that the Zen finish is much more equipped for the simple hybrid version: the cabin has a 7-inch screen, air conditioning, and automatic switching on of the headlights.

For the sporty finish RS Line, it will spend around 4,000 euros more or 31,900 euros. The most “luxurious” version is offered at 33,400 euros but there is no difference in equipment.

Excluding bonuses, the simple hybrid version costs almost 5,000 euros less than a plug-in hybrid. As a reminder, the ecological bonus of 2,000 euros allocated to plug-in vehicles will be reduced to 1,000 euros on July 1. So if you are a follower of the Captur and want to switch to the hybrid, all you have to do is make your choice.