Chevrolet’s new Captiva sports a bold new face, upgraded cabin, competitive CO2 output and arrives in UK showrooms in May.
All models will come with Electronic Stability Control, Bluetooth, power-folding mirrors and speed sensitive power steering.
Two engine choices will be available for the UK market, both all-new 2.2-litre diesel units developing either 161bhp or 181bhp. The former will be offered with a six-speed manual gearbox, while the latter will have a choice of manual or auto, both six-speed. All LT and LTZ models come with on-demand All-Wheel-Drive and seven seats as standard.
The 4×4 range kicks off with the LT which features on-demand All-Wheel-Drive, seven seats, half-leather trim, solar control glass, rear parking distance sensors, cruise control, leather covered steering wheel and gearknob. The LT also gets the 181bhp engine, with a choice of six-speed manual or auto transmission. Combined fuel economy is 42.8mpg.
Topping the new Captiva range is the LTZ with full leather trim, sat nav, rear-view reversing camera, stainless steel sill plates and 19in alloys.