Renault has expanded the Captur range with two new trim levels that sit at both ends of the price spectrum.
The RS Line is a well-equipped, sporty-looking model that sits just beneath the range-topping E-Tech Launch Edition, while the SE Limited is a lower-priced version that’s only above the entry-level Play.
Similar to the same trim on the Clio and Megane, the RS Line gets a ‘motorsport-inspired’ exterior, with chunkier bumpers, rear diffuser and an aerodynamic blade in the front.
Other features include a honeycomb grille, LED headlights, 3D-effect rear lights, chrome side trim details and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, there are aluminium door sills, red stitching and stripes, and a perforated leather steering wheel. Meanwhile, the dashboard has a carbon finish and there are aluminium pedals, while the 9.3-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay comes as standard.
RS Line models are available with two petrol engines as well as a plug-in hybrid option, with prices starting from £23,800 for the 90bhp petrol and rising to £32,695 for the hybrid.
The SE Limited sits between the entry-level Play and Iconic models, getting 17-inch alloy wheels, tinted windows and two-tone paint as standard. The cabin gets grey cloth upholstery, a 7.0-inch infotainment system and cruise control.
Prices start at £20,300 with the 90bhp petrol or £23,400 with the 138bhp petrol.
Minor changes have been introduced across the whole Captur range, too, with parking sensors added to entry-level models, while Iconic models get automatic high and low beam, C-shaped LED lights and 3D-effect rear lights as standard. Finally, S Edition models now get 18-inch alloy wheels.