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2008 Holden Captiva

Engine: 1991cc SOHC (in-line) four-cylinder
Induction: Common rail injection & turbo
Power: 110kW @ 4000rpm
Torque: 320Nm @ 2000rpm
Transmission: Five-speed automatic
Brakes: Discs with ABS, EBA & EBD
Driven Wheels: Front
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Tank Capacity: 65 litre
Fuel Consumption: 8.6 litres/100km (Combined)
CO2 Emissions: 233 grams per kilometre
Safety: ESP (with TCS); front & curtain airbags
ANCAP Rating: Four Stars
Service Interval: 12 months/15,000km
Spare Wheel: Space Saver
Turning Circle: 11.5 metres
Towing Capacity: 1700kg (Braked)
Warranty: 3 years/100,000kms
Weight: 1770kg (Tare)
Wheels: Alloy 17 x 7.0-inch

2008 Holden Captiva-12008 Holden Captiva-2In being flexible to consumer demand Holden has released a dedicated 2WD variant of the popular Captiva to afford customers the SUV practicality and fuel economy they want without the AWD capability they’ll most likely never use. The recipe too is starting to become more commonplace. Ford’s Territory has long offered a RWD only variant and other SUV manufacturers have caught on, with the likes of Hyundai, KIA, and Toyota all following suite.

Utilising a Bosch common-rail fuel injection system and a variable geometry turbocharger, the 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel develops a reasonable 110kW at 4000rpm and satisfactory 320Nm of torque which is on hand from a leisurely 2000rpm.

Fuel consumption is an acceptable 9.8 litres per 100km average (combined), which is a little more than a litre over the ADR claim, and is a decent figure for a vehicle of such bulky proportions.

On the up side internal proportions are exceedingly generous, especially in the rear leg room department (up to 939mm), and with 60:40 folding rear seats expanding the luggage capacity from 465 litres (to window height - seats up) to 930 litres (to window height – seats down) or 1565 litres all told, the carrying capacity is more than ample.

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