Sponsored Article: The Chevrolet Captiva is a Facelift
Since its first factory in 2006, the Captiva had suffered a few minor alterations. Five years later, Chevrolet decided it was time to give it a facelift. The changes are mainly cosmetic so, however equipment and engines have also evolved. One option to consider if you soon buy a vehicle .
A successful makeover
Face immediately notice the new grille, split by the Chevrolet logo, same as now present on all other models of the brand. Accompanied by new fog lamps and taillights, it gives the Captiva looks imposing and more modern. To finish with the body, we also note that the hood and bumpers were redesigned. Inside, all efforts have been made to improve the dashboard. New materials, including a banner painted passenger side give it a more polished look. The power meter also inherits a more modern design. Everything is highlighted by a light blue light that accentuates the impression of modernity. Modularity is always the highlight of Captiva car family with a passage from 2 to 7 people in a glance and one hand, offering up to 1500 liters of space in the trunk. The number of storage spaces has actually increased by replacing the brake with an electrical system.
An upgrading of facilities offered
Always aiming to deliver the Captiva to contemporary taste, the amount of equipment available has increased considerably. We spoke earlier of the electric handbrake, available as standard, which can be added the descent control and hill start assistance that will prove invaluable when off-piste exploration or sports holiday winters. The Bluetooth wireless system is also fitted as standard and available with GPS LT + finish fits perfectly together.
Improved ride comfort
Relatively criticized in the previous version, the sound of the motor has been revised and corrected to a remarkable result. Particular attention was also paid to ride comfort through improvements in suspension, chassis and steering.