Renault adds dCi 110 engine to Captur crossover

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Renault is introducing a new higher-powered engine to the Captur crossover range. The 1.5-liter 112ps diesel engine brings more power and torque whilst still returning impressive fuel economy and emissions.

The engine produces 112ps and 260 Nm torque, an increase of 20ps and 40 Nm over the dCi 90 unit, yet still retains its environmental credentials offering economy figures of up to 3.696l/100km (NEDC Combined cycle) and emissions as low as 98 g/km, thanks in part to stop/start technology.

The Euro 6 compliant dCi 110 engine will be available to order on Dynamique, Dynamique S and Signature versions of the Captur from April.

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