Being widely acknowledged as the creator of the entire SUV segment with the Suburban in 1935, Chevrolet has more than 75 years of experience in designing great sport utility vehicles.
With a bold new face, upgraded cabin, competitive CO2 outputs and a spec list that leaves many of its rivals in the shade, the new Chevrolet Captiva looks set to take the SUV sector by storm when it arrives in UK showrooms in May.
The new Captiva SUV will be seen for the first time at the Paris Motor Show, sporting a new front end design, a range of enhancements to the interior and new engines and transmissions. Captiva will be one of four Chevrolet world premieres.
For fleet managers seeking to offer executives a high spec SUV option at a very competitive price, the new Captiva LTZ model from Chevrolet offers the answer.
Large, luxury SUVs aren’t normally synonymous with value for money – spacious, sumptuous and stylish, they’re often the preserve of the seriously well-heeled.
Since going on sale in 2007, the Captiva SUV has become very much the figurehead of Chevrolet’s model range. In fact, you could say it has become something of an icon.
Cost-conscious motorists often weigh up the difference between buying a petrol car at list price and paying extra for its increased fuel consumption, or spending a little more to own a diesel in the first place and save when they pull up to the pumps.
It already has a reputation for offering superb value for money, but the Chevrolet Captiva has just got even more affordable thanks to the addition of a new entry-level diesel model.
You too could have the ‘Edge’! For a strictly limited period, Chevrolet is offering a limited edition ‘Edge’ version of the popular Captiva SUV, with over £2,400 worth of extras free of charge.
Chevrolet’s Captiva cruised its way through the fifth AA/ALD Automotive MPG Marathon with a full crew of seven fully grown adults aboard, proving that an SUV can be an environmentally responsible way to travel.
Hot on the heels of the Chevrolet Captiva launch this month comes a range of accessories designed to help owners stamp their own personality on this exciting new SUV.
Local couple, Terry and Margaret Ward have become the first people in the UK to place an order for the new Captiva SUV from Chevrolet retailer Perrys of Rotherham.
The order books have opened for Chevrolet’s most exciting new model yet, and it builds on the brand’s reputation for incredible value for money.
Chevrolet has issued the first photographs of its all-new compact SUV, Captiva, which makes its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. With Captiva, the first diesel powered Chevrolet SUV specifically designed for Europe, the company takes its product offensive to a new level.
Captiva will be the name of the new Chevrolet Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) due on sale in the summer of 2006. As the S3X concept, the vehicle made its first appearance at the 2004 Paris Motor Show, where it was enthusiastically received by the media and the public alike.