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Car reviews - Holden - Captiva - 5 2.4 2WD 5-dr wagon



Three Years/100,000km


Ave Fuel Cons: 9.7L/100km
Bore X Stroke: 87.5 x 100mm
Carbon Dioxide Levels: 231g/km
Compression Ratio: 9.6:1
Drive: front-wheel drive
Fuel Type: 91 RON unleaded petrol
Location: front, transverse
Power: 103kW @ 5200rpm
Torque: 220Nm @ 2400rpm
Type: 2.405-litre twin-cam 16-valve four-cylinder petrol


Five-speed Manual


Front: anti-roll bar, MacPherson strut, gas pressurised dampers
Rear: Independent four-link, gas pressurised dampers, stabiliser bar


Turning Circle: 12.4 metres
Type: Hydraulic power assisted rack-and-pinion


Height: 1700mm
Kerb Weight: 1732kg
Length: 4570mm
Off Road Approach Angle: 24.4 degrees
Off Road Breakover Angle: 17.8 degrees
Off Road Departure Angle: 22.2 degrees
Roof Load: 75kg
Towing Capacity – With Braked Trailer: 1500kg (750kg without)
Track, Front: 1562mm
Track, Rear: 1572mm
Wheelbase: 2707mm
Width: 2085mm


16-inch Steel Spare Wheel
17-inch Alloy Wheels
235/65 R17 104H Tyres
60/40 Folding Rear Seats
Accessory Power Outlet
Active Rollover System
Air-conditioning With Particulate Filter
Auxiliary Jack
Bottle Holders In Doors
Brake Assist
Cargo Blind
Centre Console With 2 Cupholders, Storage Area
Cruise Control
Curtain Airbags
Descent Control System
Driver Information Display
Driver’s Seat Height Adjustment
Dual Front Airbags
Electronic Brake-force Distribution
Electronic Stability Control
Front Park Assist
Halogen Headlights
Heated Exterior Mirrors
Leather Wrapped Gear Knob
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Map Reading Lights For First Row
Powered And Heated Door Mirrors
Radio/CD With MP3 & WMA
Rear Park Assist
Rear Seat Centre Armrest With Cupholders
Remote Boot Release
Remote Central Locking
Seatbelt Reminder
Side Airbags
Steering-wheel-mounted Audio Controls
Sunglasses Holder
Tilt And Telescopic Steering
Traction Control
Trip Computer, Electric Adjustment
Variable Intermittent Windscreen Wipers

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