The base model Zen is available with a five-speed manual or six-speed dual-clutch automatic, while the range topping Intens is only available with the self-shifting transmission.
Both are powered by a 1.2-litre turbo four-cylinder petrol engine sending 88kW and 190Nm to the front wheels.
The Zen has LED daytime running lights, rear parking sensors, rear-view camera, Bluetooth connectivity, and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit and 16-inch alloy wheels as standard.
The Intens ads hands-free parking, blind-spot warning, panoramic sunroof, leather seats, R-Link sat-nav, front and side parking sensors and 17-inch alloys.
A Bose sound system is also available as an optional upgrade over the standard Arkamys unit.
Drive-away pricing starts at $23,990 for the Captur Zen manual, $26,990 for the Captur Zen auto, and $30,990 for the Captur Intens auto.
“We have added fantastic new technology and features to a package that has already been a multiple category award winner in Europe,” said Jason Miller, Renault Australia Marketing Director.
“With our sharp entry-level pricing and outstanding aftersales support, customers in the small SUV segment will quickly appreciate the appeal of the new-look Renault Captur with both their heart and their head,” he said.
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