Captiva has won many friends for the exterior design since its launch in 2006, and with recent changes to Reflect a distinctive design direction Chevrolet, new Captiva looks more athletic and purpose. Four powerful new engine, mated to both manual or automatic transmissions new six-speed PROVE changes to the Captiva Is More than Skin Deep and help really to reinforce the message that the new Captiva SUV offers plenty for the price.
Introduction of the new V6 engine 258 hp 3.0-liter gasoline direct injection and variable valve timing make the new Captiva will be from one of the most powerful compact SUV on the market, while the new 2.2-liter turbo-charged unit diesel trains generally available to the few I do not know with 163 or 184 hp output. Rounding new line-up is a dual overhead cam 2.4-liter gasoline unit, 171 hp ratings.
Also the dynamics of Captiva’s been up-rated with chassis modifications designed to control the body and the rise of improvisation and handling characteristics. With Electronic Stability Control (ESC), traction control (TCS) and Brake Assist (BAS), the standard of all, Captiva Provides high-level security.
Meanwhile, in the array of interior features new Captiva one of the new equipment includes new seat fabrics and interior decor promises to provide a more up-market feel. Engineers also had to increase internal acoustics to reduce road noise and wind, so residents can enjoy a new audio system to the max.