Renault has updated its small crossover, the Captur.
The facelifted model, which was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March, will cost from £15,355.
It goes head to head with other compact crossover models including the Nissan Juke, Kia Soul and Vauxhall Mokka X.
Tweaks to its design, both inside and out, make the new Captur look more like Renault’s bigger SUV, the Kadjar.
It’s been given a new grille to bring it in line with the rest of the Renault family, and there are new skid plates on the front and rear bumpers.
The Captur range includes five trim levels: Expression+, Dynamique Nav, Dynamique S Nav, Signature X Nav (previously Signature Nav), plus a new top spec trim – Signature S Nav.
Standard features include 16in alloy wheels, a hands-free key card, aircon and a digital radio.
Higher trim models add a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, sat-nav and Bluetooth, as well as 17in wheels and a Bose six-speaker sound system.
The 2017 Captur keeps the previous car’s two-tone body colour option but now has another two colours to choose from, as well as a new roof colour. Desert Orange and Ocean Blue are the new hues, and there’s a silver roof colour option for two-tone versions.
In all, there are now 36 different colour combinations for the Captur, as well as a new choice of interior and exterior personalisation packs.
All versions get LED daytime running lights with full LED headlights available as an option. Higher spec models can be had with a panoramic glass roof.
Engine options are carried over from the outgoing model, so there’s a 0.9-litre petrol, 1.2-litre petrol or 1.5-litre diesel that produce between 89bhp and 118bhp. The most frugal, the diesel, can eke out a claimed 78.5mpg combined and emits 95g/km of CO2.