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 .


Hyundai Bayon (2021): the rival of the Captur and 2008 attacks from € 17,850!

Hyundai Bayon (2021) the rival of the Captur and 2008 attacks from € 17,850

The announced rival of the Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008, the new Hyundai Bayon is already available to order on the French market. The city SUV attacks from 17,850 €.

Just two weeks after its big world premiere, Hyundai’s new city SUV (4.18 m long, 1.77 m wide, 1.49 m high and 2.58 wheelbase), the Bayon , is already available to order! This rival of the Renault Captur and other Peugeot 2008 arrives on the French market from … 17,850 € !

Only in essence

At this price, it is offered with the four-cylinder 1.2L MPI gasoline engine of 84 hp (5-speed manual gearbox).

At its launch, the Bayon is also offered with the 100 hp T-GDI 1.0L petrol unit with 48V light hybridization . Count from € 20,150 with the 6iMT intelligent 6-speed manual gearbox.

Cheaper at the entry level than the Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008

By way of comparison, the Renault Captur starts in gasoline at € 21,750 (TCe 90 or TCe 100 GPL) and the Peugeot 2008 at € 22,400 (PureTech 100).

Later, the 100hp 1.0L T-GDI block will also be available without micro-hybridization. A 120 hp version, this time with mild hybridization, is also expected.

Four finishes for the Bayon

As for the range, four finishes are on the program for individuals : “Initia”, “Intuitive”, “Creative” and “Executive”. The first is entry level. It offers LED daytime running lights and position lights as standard, manual air conditioning, cruise control-speed limiter, driver fatigue detection, active lane-keeping assistance, autonomous emergency braking with recognition of pedestrians and cyclists or reading road signs.

Above, “Intuitive” adds 16-inch alloy rims, rear parking assistance, a rear-view camera, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

“Creative” stands out thanks to bi-LED front lights, 17-inch alloy wheels, hands-free access and keyless start, automatic climate control, a wireless charger for smartphones and a color touch screen. 10.25 inch with GPS navigation.

Finally, the top-of-the-range “Executive” gains front and rear parking assistance, active lane-keeping and parking assistance, adaptive cruise control, active monitoring of blind spots with rear cross-traffic alert as well. than a 7-speaker Bose audio system.

All prices of the Hyundai Bayon

Find out below the prices of the new Hyundai Bayon.


  • 1.2L MPI 84 BVM5 Initia: 17.850 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V 6iMT Initia: 20,150 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V 6iMT Intuitive: 22,300 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V 6iMT Creative: 24,600 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V DCT-7 Intuitive: 23,600 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V DCT-7 Creative: 25.900 €
  • 1.0 T-GDi 100 Hybrid 48V DCT-7 Executive: 27,600 €


Urban SUVs: Peugeot 2008 dominates sales in 2020 in France

Urban SUVs Peugeot 2008 dominates sales in 2020 in France

For its first full year on the market, the second-generation Peugeot 2008 sold 66,698 units, beating the Renault Captur by more than 12,000 units.

Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur, Citroën C3 Aircross, DS 3 Crossback, Opel Crossland X, Ford Puma, Nissan Juke, Fiat 500 X, Skoda Kamiq, Jeep Renegade, Volkswagen T-Cross, Hyundai Kona, Kia Stonic … The urban SUV segment are particularly numerous, in a booming market, despite a year 2020 marked by the health crisis.

The Lion brand, in great shape, launched at the end of 2019 the second generation of the Peugeot 2008 , which in 2020 had its first full year of marketing. If the first generation launched in 2013 was rather a wise crossover, the second opus revolutionized the genre, with an SUV positioning finally asserted.

Urban SUVs: the Peugeot 2008 sold 66,698 units in France in 2020

The commercial success was immediately appointment, propelling the new Peugeot city SUV in the top of the podium in the category in 2020, with 66,698 copies sold in France. In second place, we find the Renault Captur , with 54,597 units, and in third place, the Citroën C3 Aircross with 30,165 units.

In terms of engines, a large majority of Peugeot 2008 customers have chosen a petrol model (60% of sales), while Diesel remains more the favorite of professional customers (33% of sales). The electric version, called Peugeot e-2008, is at the back of the pack, with only 7% of sales.

All categories combined, the Peugeot 2008 was the third best-selling car in France in 2020, behind the Peugeot 208 (92,796 units) and the Renault Clio (84,031 units).