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GM India launches new Chevrolet Captiva

GM India launches new Chevrolet Captiva

India TV News Desk [ Updated: August 15, 2013 11:37 IST ]
  • General Motors India has quietly launched the Chevrolet Captiva facelift. The same version was unveiled in Korea earlier this year.
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    General Motors India has quietly launched the Chevrolet Captiva facelift. The same version was unveiled in Korea earlier this year.

  • The front fascia of the car gets a new bumper, new fog lamps and a revised front grill with a new mesh.
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    The front fascia of the car gets a new bumper, new fog lamps and a revised front grill with a new mesh.

  • A big change is the new set of tail lights which is now LED. Additionally, the car gets the new 18 alloy wheels that look far classier than the earlier units.
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    A big change is the new set of tail lights which is now LED. Additionally, the car gets the new 18 alloy wheels that look far classier than the earlier units.

  • New features include a dual zone climate control, heated rear seats and ambient lighting package. The car also gets keyless entry and start feature for the flagship variants.
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    New features include a dual zone climate control, heated rear seats and ambient lighting package. The car also gets keyless entry and start feature for the flagship variants.

  • It also has ABS with EBD, traction control, descent control, rear parking assist system, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, heated outside mirrors and six airbags.
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    It also has ABS with EBD, traction control, descent control, rear parking assist system, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, heated outside mirrors and six airbags.

  • The engine of the model remains the same 2.2 litre diesel that delivers the maximum power output of 186.5bhp and 424Nm torque.
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    The engine of the model remains the same 2.2 litre diesel that delivers the maximum power output of 186.5bhp and 424Nm torque.

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