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GM Introducing Diesel Captiva to Australia

GM Holden will showcase the 2.0-liter diesel Captiva at the upcoming 2007 Adelaide Motor Show in Australia. With manual transmission, the Euro-4 compliant diesel offers fuel consumption of 7.6l/100km (31 mpg US). (Earlier post.)

The 16-valve diesel unit with variable geometry turbo was jointly developed by GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Company, GM Powertrain and VM Motori.

Holden is also introducing a new 3.0-liter, Euro-4 compliant turbodiesel to the Rodeo line-up.



7.6l/km is ridiculous high

3.9l/km are possible and you get fine 66kw of power.

are american so fat that you need cars like trucks to move them?


Holden is an Australian car make, ioke. The Captiva is apparently a mid-sized SUV model. I'd say that 31mpg is great for that vehicle size.

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