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2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice

Chevrolet announced a new 2009 Chevrolet Caprice luxury sedans for the Middle East market. The 2009 Chevrolet Caprice comes with a six speed 6L80E automatic transmission, superb suspension package, which includes linear-control independent rear suspension technology to improve handling and drive. The 2009 Caprice available with a 6.0 litre V8 engine on all models, which delivers 360 hp at 5,700 rpm and peak torque of 530 Nm @ 4400 rpm. GM’s state-of-the-art electronic stability control (ESP) now comes standard on the LTZ V6 variant, while Bluetooth connection for mobile phones is featured on all models from the LTZ upwards.

2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice
2009 Chevrolet Caprice
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8 Responses to “ 2009 Chevrolet Caprice ”
  1. I am trying to locate this vechile to purchase. Can you tell how can I go about purchasing this vechile.

  2. deshawn oats says:

    send me all pics of the caprice please if you can and thank you!

  3. Qasim Khan says:

    This is the best Chevrolet PC in the market today – There is hardly any other car that matches the ‘value’ proposition of the package offered by Caprice

  4. Al says:

    nice whip I like it alot!!!!!!!!!! Still has its size but has a modern look.

  5. I LOVE THE NEW CAPRICE…..HAS THA OLD SCHOOL LOOKS ON IT TO. IF I COULD IMAGINE A NEW VERSION OF THE CAPRICE IT WOULD LOOK JUST LIKE THAT!!!!!!!!!! GREAT JOB CHEVY

  6. Christian says:

    This is basically a rebadged Holden (GM’s Australian division that brought the likes of the Pontiac GTO [Holden Monaro], and the Pontiac G8 [Holden Commodore]). In Australia this model was called (depending on engine and options) either the Statesman or Caprice. This vehicle was designed and built in Australia and is an enormous improvement on the other older American versions of the Caprice. This vehicle is a much more luxurious model than any of it’s competitors and is even comparable to BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E (Pre-2010 model), and Audi A6. Living in America myself, and driven many different vehicles, I can’t stress enough that the quality from European manufacturers (and South East Asia [Australia]) produce vehicles that are of a much higher quality that that of the American vehicles. The proof is in the pudding, a very small percentage of American designed and built vehicles are actually shipped elsewhere in the world versus European manufacturers that ship their vehicles all over the world. I must now make the exception due to the current push to make the current American “Big Three” more competitive. Buick (GM) are producing some excellent vehicles. Chevrolet are outsourcing some vehicles from other counterparts (Opel, Vauxhall, and Holden [all GM]). Cadillac have begun to create some excellent vehicles too. Ford need to desperately ship over many of their vehicles from the very successful Ford Europe division, however their new line up of vehicles is a radical and vast improvement of their predecessors. If Ford transported the Ford GTP (Australia) they would dominate as a competitor to the Dodge Charger SRT8 / Chrysler 300 SRT8 (same platform, same vehicle). I know this is niche market, however it would bring customers to ford not just for the useless Ford Mustang where people are buying it for nostalgic reasons. And finally I move on to Chrysler, quite possibly the most useless of the big three with their three subsidiaries Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep. Jeep like Hummer were war vehicles converted into road vehicles, it didn’t turn out for Hummer and Jeep are now cornered by Mercedes Benz ML & GL, BMW X5 & X6, Audi Q5 & Q7, Porsche Cayenne, VW Tourag… etc etc where people have decided that they want an off-road vehicle that is A: safe, B: looks good, and C: lasts longer than 24 months. Dodge are producing some very thirsty and heavy vehicles. The best thing they ever did was drop the Viper brand as it could not compete (off the track) with the other European luxury brands and especially the currently hopeless Corvette (don’t even get me started). Chrysler are the slowest to to game (which may be due to their commitment to releasing good models versus being the first out, we’ll wait and see but not holding my breath on that one). All they’ve got is a revamped 300c and a revamped Town and Country (with exception to the 200c), they really need to kick it up a gear. Can’t wait for the Caprice to hit the States where, like the Pontiac G8, will receive magnificent reviews and recommendations. I would love to hear what anyone has to say about this model being bad. Comes with either GM’s brilliant 3.6 Litre (Liter) V6 or the very powerful and thirsty Chevrolet (GM) 6.0 L V8. Thumbs up for the vehicle include the extremely roomy interior and trunk space, loaded with standard features that you would find listed as “optional extras” on most cars, excellent ride quality, much cheaper than the European competition without compromising on quality. Thumbs down for the on board computer system being confusing, lowered rear seats, wouldn’t get the V6 as it is too large and heavy to be pulled by a V6, the V8 does it effortlessly therefor providing better fuel consumption. If you can call them thumbs down… Well that’s my two cents worth.

  7. DHG7482 says:

    I LIKE THE CAPRICE WILL LOVE TO HAVE ONE OR TWO OF THEM

  8. Wid says:

    Please tell me where can I find it.

    Thanx!


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