The new Chevrolet Captiva definitely makes a statement with its boldly contoured hood, projector headlamps, 17” alloy wheels, stainless dual-exhaust tip, and eye-catching signature Chevrolet grille featuring the prominent golden bowtie.
Bold wheel arches and a sharp feature line across the length of the Captiva add to the strength of its stance. Subtle chrome highlights and a bold coupe-style rear window treatment add grace to the overall visual package.
The interior of the Chevy Captiva has been constructed to maximize space. This 7-seater SUV is designed with a 5 + 2 Flexi Seating arrangement that can comfortably accommodate seven adults or transform to accommodate your cargo load.
The Captiva’s new interior trim finish and textures exude a premium ambience, while an integrated music player (CD/MP3/Bluetooth) with six speakers provides an extremely pleasurable listening experience.
Instantly when you step on the gas, you know that the Captiva is in a class of its own when it comes to SUV power and refinement. Drive some more and appreciate fuel economy and comfort, perfect for your everyday commute. The secret under the Chevrolet Captiva’s solid hood is an improved turbocharged diesel engine that produces a maximum power output of 163 hp @ 3,800 rpm and torque rating of 360 Nm @ 2,750 rpm. The 2.4L gasoline Captiva variant can produce 165 hp @ 3,800 rpm matched with 229 Nm @ 4,600 rpm of torque.
The Captiva is equipped with a new Eco Drive feature to help save on fuel. With just a push of a button, your ride transforms to one eco-friendly companion on the road.
Even with a raised ride height, its unique soft ride suspension system and four-link independent rear suspension system deliver truly sedan-like handling and comfort, even on imperfect road surfaces.
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I learned how to drive when I was in my first year of college. And I have been driving ever since. Not just city driving but long drives too whenever we would visit my grandmother in La Union. Fact is, I love driving. I find it therapeutic (go figure) especially when I’m driving alone. It’s […]
Chevrolet generously gave us a Chevrolet Captiva to enjoy one weekend. I made hubby drive it (most of the time). Here’s his review on the Captiva… DADDY SAYS… Whether I am bound for the office (which is conveniently located within the metropolis) or on official business headed to some distant provincial city or municipality accessible […]