The French perfectionist Renault has launched the Captur Arizona to mark the end of summer in Europe. The Captur first saw daylight at the Geneva Motor Show which was held in the month of March, 2013. The car has been in production ever since, and the Arizona is a special edition of the Captur that can be opted with any engine mentioned in the index. The paint features and the stance of the Arizona will definitely appeal to outdoor lovers.
The main noticeable difference is the Orange paint on the body harmonized by an ‘Etoile Black’ roof and pillars, skid plates, extra-tinted rear windshield, 17 inch all black alloy wheels and a stainless steel boot sill guard. The inside is also colored with the same orange tone, the seats are covered in a black and orange separable outline material tailored in a special ‘Captur’ pattern, armrest with a utility box and orange bordered floor mats. The extra features of the special edition are the addition of a techno pack option with a reverse camera and an integrated R-Link multimedia tablet.
As mentioned earlier all the engines will be available in the Arizona, and the customers can choose whichever they want. But the prices do differ for each engine variant, the base model Energy TCe90 will cost 20,200 Euros, the TCe 120 EDC 22,300 Euros, the Energy dCi 90 22,400 Euros and the top end version the Energy dCi 90 EDC will be priced at 23,800 Euros. If an additional 120 Euros are paid, the consumers can get a spare wheel. All these mentioned prices are tax-paid and are applicable only in France. If the buyers choose the Arizona’s standard equipment package, they will be able to save 5.3% of dough spent on the car. The car is already on sale in the French country.