Renault recently showcased the Captur with focus on premium car buyers. The Captur would be placed above the Duster and compete with cars like Hyundai Creta, Jeep Compass and alike. It's expected that the car would be competitively priced and is expected to be quite feature-rich as well.
The Jeep Car is indeed the most impressive when it comes to ground clearance and you get 221mm of it. Next to it is the Renault Captur which offers 210mm, followed by S-Cross and Creta which offer 180mm and 190mm of the same. The Compass is also the tallest and longest at 1640mm and 4395mm respectively. With regards to the wheelbase, the Captur is the best at 2673mm.
The Jeep Compass also impresses most when it comes to transmission, as you get 7-speed dual clutch transmission with the diesel engine and a 4x4 transmission with drive-select. With regards to petrol choices, you get an automatic transmission with Creta only. The Creta also offers three engine choices making it most flexible of the lot with most transmission choices to go along with it. Captur offers the same engine choices as the Duster, however, there's no option of automatic. S-Cross, the least attractive since there's only one engine choice (1.3-litre diesel) which is also the least powerful and does not offer an automatic either.
All cars are feature-rich and come with their own set of USPs. The Captur disappoints the most despite its other strong features like hill-hold, full LED headlamps etc. In its case, you don't get Android Auto and neither do you get Apple CarPlay another glaring omission is the cruise control which some of the other cars offer. The Creta and Compass are among the best when it comes to safety, and you get 6 airbags with top-of-the-line models along with features like ESP, hill hold etc. The Compass is definitely the best as you get a capable 4x4 transmission, adaptive suspension and great off-roading ability.