Renault Captur to be expanded in the future
|   Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Every single month of the year anew car model is released by some company or the other. There are many famous automobile manufacturing companies in the world which continuously manufacture new car models and release them to the market. Some of the models succeed while some other doesn't.

The expanding of a car model from a company depends on the success of the previous similar models. If a model of the car becomes successful then more varieties of the same model, with some features being changed will be released sometime in the future.
This is the natural law of the automobile manufacturing world.

Many different companies from all over the world have expanded many of their car models in the past. All the car models that have been successful in the past has undergone a facelift and then re released as a new variety of the model. This has prevailed for quite a long time.

Renault is one very famous automobile manufacturing brand of the world. They have produced many world class cars over the years. One of their latest releases is the new Renault Captur. This car has many new features that are very attractive and appealing.

The Renault Captur has been released very recently. The company is waiting for feedback from the customers to decide on expanding the model. Appositive feedback will result in an expansion.

Presently a five door hatch version of the car is available in the market. Till now the car has been a success and there has been no dispute in the model. A positive feedback will result in expanding the model to new varieties.

The variety that has been proposed for expansion is a three door hatch version. It could be a very good model, but the manufacturing and release of this model will depend on the success of the model presently available in the market.

The decision of expansion is presently pending. No concrete decision about the expansion has yet been made. But it is being estimated that there will probably be an expansion very soon.

Renault has recently made their way into the crossover market. This is a very specific type of automobile market and it is an ever growing market. That is why more and more companies are trying to dominate this market. So an expansion in the crossover range from Renault can prove to be very beneficial for the company.

Presently, the design feature of the new three door version is what is attracting the authorities of the company to go through with the expansion.
As per Tom Lane, a prime part of the company, the plan of expansion is still in the discussion stage and even if they decide for the expansion, it will take some time for implementation. So nothing new in the Renault Captur will be available immediately in the market other than the one that is presently there. This however will be an interesting expansion if it takes place.
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