Chevrolet Captiva vs Hyundai Sante Fe - specifications

 Chevrolet Captiva 2.2 VCDi LT autoHyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium Auto
On the road price/total as tested£29,245/£29,245£27,095/£27,540
Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)£8,744/29.9%£13,385/49.4%
Depreciation£20,501£13,710
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£1,831/£3,662£1,613/£3,227
Annual fuel cost (12k/20k miles)£2,548/£4,246£2,089/£3,482
Ins. group/quote/road tax band/cost25/£601/K/£24530/£637/J/£235
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service5yrs free^£366/£475/£395
Length/wheelbase4,673/2,707mm4,660/2,700mm
Height/width1,756/1,849mm1,760/1,890mm
Engine4cyl in-line/2,231cc4cyl in-line/2,199cc
Peak power/revs 181/3,800bhp/rpm194/3,800bhp/rpm
Peak torque/revs 400/2,000Nm/rpm436/1,800Nm/rpm
Transmission 6spd auto/4WD6spd auto/4WD
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel65 litres/foam70 litres/full-size
Boot capacity 7/5/2 seats 97/477/1,982 litres91/528/2,247 litres
Kerbweight/payload/towing weight1,878/635/2,000kg1,987/583/2,000kg
Turning circle/drag coefficient11.9 metres/N/A10.8 metres/N/A
Basic warranty (miles)/recovery5yrs (60k)/5yrs5yrs (unltd)/1yr
Service intervals/UK dealers12,500 miles/9520,000 miles/146
Driver Power manu/dealer position34th/N/A4th/10th*
Euro NCAP: Adult/child/ped./pts4/3/2/84**4/3/0/65
0-60/30-70mph9.2/9.5 secs9.2/9.2 secs
30-50mph3.8/5.0 secs3.5/4.6 secs
50-70mph7.6/N/A secs6.8/9.1 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph 124mph/1,900rpm118mph/2,000rpm
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 52.3/37.9/9.6m54.1/39.6/10.9m
Auto Express economy/range25.5mpg/365 miles31.1mpg/479 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 28.2/44.1/36.6mpg30.4/44.8/38.2mpg
Actual/Claimed CO2/tax bracket297/203g/km/32%243/197g/km/31%
Airbags/leather/rear parking sensorsSix/part/yesSix/full/yes
Climate control/sunroof/heated seatsYes/£510/noYes/no/yes
Metallic paint/xenon lights/diff lock£410/no/no£445/no/yes
Stability/hill descent/cruise controlYes/yes/yesYes/no/yes
Sat-nav/power-fold mirrors/BluetoothNo/yes/yes£515/yes/no

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