The facelifted Renault Captur is on sale now priced from £15,355, with first deliveries due this July.
Renault's Kia Soul and Nissan Juke rival, which has earned the accolade of being Europe's best-selling B-segment crossover with 215,670 examples sold in 2016, has received some light tweaks to keep it fresh.
It gets an updated design inside and out, as well as an upgraded equipment list. It comes in five trim levels - Expression+, Dynamique Nav, Dynamique S Nav, Signature X Nav and Signature S Nav - with prices starting from £21,405 for the top-spec models.
Standard features include 16in alloy wheels, a hands-free key card, aircon and a DAB radio. Higher trim models add a 7in touchscreen infotainment system with R-Link 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. In all, there are now 36 different colour combinations for the Captur, as well as a new choice of interior and exterior personalisation packs.