Car review: Renault Captur returns with punchy powertrain and revamped cockpit

The Renault Captur has levelled up on three fronts. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - When I told a friend I was test-driving the Renault Captur subcompact crossover, he jested: "Add 'ed' to the name and it becomes Captured."

With a name that is pronounced the same as the word "capture" and an unusually short one-year sales run of its predecessor in 2014 and 2015, it is easy for car buyers not to take the car seriously.

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