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Astra Updated

Rüsselsheim.  Thanks to excellent aerodynamics as well as highly efficient new engines and transmissions, the new generation Opel Astra sets standards for efficiency and low emissions. Compared with the previous model, CO2 has been cut by up to 19 per cent, putting the Astra at the top of the compact class. The current Astra generation already ushered in a new era at its premiere and was elected European Car Of The Year 2016. With its lightweight design (200kg lighter than the predecessor) and top technologies from higher classes, the Astra set benchmarks. Opel continues to pursue this strategy with ultra-modern new generations of highly efficient and lightweight petrol and diesel engines. The 1.2-1.5-litre three-cylinder power units produce 77kW (105hp) to 107kW (145hp), making both the Astra five-door and Sports Tourer real fuel-saving and CO2 champions (NEDC1 fuel consumption: urban 6.1-4.5 l/100 km, extra-urban 4.0-3.1 l/100 km, combined 4.8-3.6 l/100 km, 115-96 g/km CO2; WLTP2 co

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New Renault Captur | PR + WG

The leader in urban SUVs reinvents itself and reinforces its international dimension As a pionneer on the urban SUV market, the Captur has sold 1.2 million units since its launch in 2013. It rapidly became the best seller in its segment, both in France and in Europe. It retained this position last year when it sold more than 230,000 units throughout the world. On a market that has become extremely competitive, the All-new Captur has reinvented itself by reinforcing the identity which brought its success. It has transformed itself, now displaying updated SUV contours that are both athletic and dynamic. Still just as modular, it has become even more welcoming due to an interior revolution within that allows it to enter a new dimension of technology and quality. Its features are worthy of any model in the topmost segment. The All-new Captur’s arrival on the market forms part of Groupe Renault’s Drive the Future (2017-2022) strategic plan and is one of its key models. It