Renault Captur E-Tech (2021): the prices of the hybrid SUV!

Renault Captur E-Tech (2021) the prices of the hybrid SUV

After the prices of the plug-in hybrid, Renault presents the prices of the simple hybrid version of the Captur II.

A few weeks after the plug-in hybrid version “E-Tech Plug-In” , the Renault Captur arrives today in a simple hybrid version, called “E-Tech”!

In this configuration, the diamond SUV combines a 1.6 L petrol and two electric motors for a total power of 145 horsepower. Above all, the crossover promises an average consumption of 5 L / 100 km . A type of engine that is still very rare in the segment , since neither the Peugeot 2008 nor the Volkswagen T-Roc are available in hybrids for the moment. You have to look to the Toyota C-HR to find a hybrid on a small urban SUV.

€ 3,500 more than TCe 140 petrol

The Renault Captur E-Tech is displayed from 27,100 € in Zen finish : it is 3,500 € more than the TCe 140 gasoline in manual gearbox (23,600 €), at the same level of range. As standard, it has automatic lighting of the lights, automatic air conditioning and a customizable 7-inch dashboard.

The mid-range Intens climbs to € 29,700 . Orders are already open on the French market.

Renault announces that this E-Tech engine will be available later this year on the RS Line and Initiale Paris finishes .

 

New Dacia Sandero (2021): already a real hit!

New Dacia Sandero (2021) already a real hit

Recently arrived in dealerships, the new Dacia Sandero is already a real success. In January 2021, the Romanian city car is the second best-selling new passenger car in France!

At Dacia , the Sandero confirms its status as a bestseller. The brand’s best-selling model with more than 2.1 million units sold since its launch in 2008, the versatile city car, which until now was the preferred vehicle for individuals, has just risen to second place among passenger cars new products the most sold in France at the start of 2021, all channels combined, thus also counting sales to rental companies and company fleets.

The Dacia Sandero 3 debunks the Renault Clio V

In January, the new and third generation of Sandero, freshly arrived in dealerships, sold 7,249 copies, which places it just behind the Peugeot 208 II (7,915 units) but ahead of one of the queens of the market, the Renault Clio V (7,249 registrations).

If we add to this the 1,636 sales of the second Sandero of the name, the Romanian can even claim the title of the best-selling car in France!

Increased services and an unbeatable price

A success that the car owes to its assertive and modernized design, to its enhanced interior, to its enriched equipment but also and above all to its price, which is always contained.

On the French market, the Sandero III is indeed displayed from 8,690 €, it is only 400 € more than the previous model. Its Stepway backpacker version starts at € 12,590. What actually to crack more than one …

The Top 10 new car sales in France in January 2021

Discover immediately the Top 10 new passenger cars the most sold in France in January 2021. In addition to the arrival in second place in this ranking of the new Sandero, let us also note the surge of Peugeot SUVs , the 2008 and 3008 , respectively 4th and 5th in the Top 10, as well as the downfall of the Renault Zoé , which dropped from 9th place at the end of 2020 to 31st position at the end of January 2021 (1,013 registrations).

  • 1 – Peugeot 208 II: 7,915 registrations (6.3% market share)
  • 2 – Dacia Sandero III: 7,249 registrations (5.7%)
  • 3 – Renault Clio V: 6,323 registrations (5%)
  • 4 – Peugeot 2008 II: 6,003 registrations (4.8%)
  • 5 – Peugeot 3008 II: 4,879 registrations (3.9%)
  • 6 – Citroën C3 III: 4,869 registrations (3.9%)
  • 7 – Renault Captur II: 4,412 registrations (3.5%)
  • 8 – Toyota Yaris: 3,842 registrations (3%)
  • 9 – Peugeot 308 II: 2,470 registrations (2%)
  • 10 – Renault Twingo III: 2,443 registrations (1.9%)

The 20 best-selling new cars in France in 2020

The 20 best-selling new cars in France in 2020

What were the most registered models in France in 2020 on the new passenger car market? Response with the TOP 20 sales between January and December.

It was expected, it is now official. Hit hard by the health crisis, which led to the confinement of customers and pushed manufacturers to close factories and dealerships, the French car market for new passenger cars experienced a historic decline in 2020 : -25.5% per year. compared to 2019. With just 1.65 million registrations recorded, it even hit its lowest level since 1975.

Obviously, all general manufacturers have been impacted by this crisis. The French, such as PSA and Renault , which respectively saw their registrations drop by 25.1% and 24.9%, like foreigners, like the giant Volkswagen , whose deliveries fell by 28.4% in the ‘hexagon.

City cars and SUVs are snapping up

As for the models, it is always the city dwellers who hold the upper hand. The best-selling new passenger car in France in 2020 is in fact the small second-generation Peugeot 208 with 92,796 units registered between January and December. She beat his eternal rival, the Renault Clio V . Long best-seller on the market, the diamond model sold last year at 84,031 units.

Little surprise, it is not the Citroën C3 III which completes the podium as usual, but … the new Peugeot 2008 . Last year, the urban SUV was able to attract 66,698 customers, against 58,547 for the city car with chevrons.

Popular French models

It should also be noted that the Top 10 sales in 2020 is occupied exclusively by French models, with the exception of the Dacia Sandero , ranked 6th with 53,354 units. A success which should be confirmed this year with the arrival of a new generation .

The Top 20 sales of new passenger cars in France in 2020

Discover now the Top 20 best-selling cars in France in 2020.

  • 1 – Peugeot 208 II: 92,796 units (5.6% market share)
  • 2 – Renault Clio V: 84,031 (5.1%)
  • 3 – Peugeot 2008 II: 66,698 (4%)
  • 4- Citroën C3 III: 58.547 (3.5%)
  • 5 – Renault Captur II: 54,597 (3.3%)
  • 6 – Dacia Sandero: 53,354 (3.2%)
  • 7 – Peugeot 3008 II: 45,165 (2.7%)
  • 8 – Renault Twingo III: 43,116 (2.6%)
  • 9 – Renault Zoe: 37,409 (2.3%)
  • 10 – Peugeot 308 II: 36.575 (2.2%)
  • 11 – Toyota Yaris: 33,455 (2%)
  • 12 – Dacia Duster II: 30,260 (1.8%)
  • 13 – Citroën C3 Aircross: 30,165 (1.8%)
  • 14 – Renault Mégane IV: 28,980 (1.8%)
  • 15 – Citroën C5 Aircross: 26,577 (1.6%)
  • 16 – Opel Corsa: 22,410 (1.4%)
  • 17 – Volkswagen Polo VI: 21,493 (1.3%)
  • 18 – Peugeot 5008 II: 20,050 (1.2%)
  • 19 – Renault Kadjar: 19,679 (1.2%)
  • 20 – Fiat 500: 17,450 (1.1%)