Chevrolet Captiva

Chevrolet Captiva

  The Captiva was launched in India in 2008. Initially this 2-litre CRDi motor powered soft roader was launched only in front wheel drive and with a 5-speed manual gearbox but in 2009 GM also introduced the AWD variant with a %-speed automatic. The Captiva has three row of seats and its competitors are the Honda CR-V, Mitsubishi Pajero and Outlander, Toyota Fortuner and the Ford Endeavour.

Chevrolet is launching a sports version of the Chevrolet Captiva, the dynamically styled five-door and first compact sports utility vehicle in Chevrolet’s European model range. Over 43,000 units of the highly successful Chevrolet SUV have been sold in Europe since its launch in 2006. Numerous new accessories will make the Chevrolet Captiva even more attractive.

Chevrolet unveiled today the first "Scratch Car-d" on a bed of 16,995 pennies to mark the launch of the new Chevrolet Captiva, the company’s first SUV for the UK market. Thousands of people lined up, grabbed a penny and rubbed away on the world’s first ‘Scratch Car-d’ today. The unique SUV was built in in two months and was completely covered in silver latex, the material found on lottery scratch cards, which took 14 hours to scratch off. Underneath were thousands of individual panels, (...)
With the all-new Captiva, its first diesel powered compact SUV, Chevrolet takes its European product offensive to a new level. Tailored to European roads and customer requirements, the vehicle will be available with a modern two-litre 150hp common-rail direct-injection diesel. Like the two available gasoline versions (2.4-liter four-cylinder and 3.2-liter V6), the turbodiesel offers dynamic driving performance. The Captiva will also be the first model in Chevrolet’s European range available (...)
The all-new Chevrolet Captiva Chevrolet Captiva achieved the third position in the prestigious Car of the Year 2007 election in Spain. Behind the Peugeot Peugeot 207 (elected as Car of the Year 2007) and the Citroën Picasso, the Captiva beat seven other finalists, including the Ford S-MAX, the Opel Opel Corsa, the Hyundai Hyundai Santa Fe and the Renault Renault Scénic. A jury of 53 motor journalists and senior representatives of the Spanish media praised the strong and sophisticated styling of Chevrolet Chevrolet ’s new compact sport utility (...)

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