2013 New Holden Captiva gets a lot of changes. The most dramatic styling changes on the seven-seat ’7 ‘, which had a new hat with distinctive folds, an all new front fascia, and a new slim-line light clusters with projector-style headlamps to help to distinguish it from European-style ’5′ on hold over previous designs, including larger headlights. The front end has been completely revamped to try and give a unique identity, even if it does not share the same name as the Captiva 5. Holden claims the two cars only share a common panel, although under their skin is the same car, although with a different engine and transmission choices.
2013 Holden Captiva New Under the restyled bonnet there is a choice of three engines. The first is a 2.4 liter four-cylinder gasoline revision, the second is a 2.2-liter turbo diesel new and last choice is the 3.0-liter V6 direct injection was developed for the Commodore. With the engine fuel consumption of oil (BBM) 2013 New Holden Captiva 10% more efficient thanks to Holden calibrate the implanted kitchen sector. And, now, all machines have the ability to drink petrol Captiva flexible fuel – the owner can fill out a bio-ethanol, E10, unleaded gasoline, premium or a combination. Bio-ethanol E85 is a fuel with a mixture of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. E85 is cleaner and improve the car’s performance and reduce CO2 emissions by 40% compared to pure gasoline.
Every New Holden Captiva 2013 engine is paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox in the range of 7 Captiva, with no manual option is available. While the addition of rear park assist feature standard on Captiva SX 7. Heated front seats and front park assist is now standard on LX Captiva 7. Captiva 5 2.4 liter petrol (manual transmission) is released at a price of AUS $ 27.990 or USD 269 million. Captiva 7 SX 2.4 liter petrol (automatic transmission) sold AUS $ 33.990 or USD 327 million.