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Top 5 Things to Know About the All-New Chevrolet Captiva

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A big car with a small price tag: a car that offers as much as the Captiva often comes with hefty price tag, but that’s another way Captiva stands out. As one of the most affordable seven-seaters in its segment, Chevrolet Captiva ensures you can focus on the things you love.

Comfort and room for everyone: Coming standard as a five-seater and available as a seven-seater, Chevrolet Captiva makes sure there’s a seat for everyone. Thoughtful touches such as air conditioning vents in the second row and cup holders and USB ports in every row, will make sure all passengers get the best seat in the house.


Well-designed practicality: When you don’t need them, the passenger seats fold neatly into the floor, maximizing cargo space so you can transport all the big-ticket items from strollers to surfboards. The 2nd row seating is easy to maneuver, folding easily in a 60/40 formation to tumble forward and offer easy access to the backrow while the 3rd row folds down 50/50 to open up more boot space when needed.


Smart and safe: Built from durable steel with side-impact protection and child seat mounting positions that meet ISOFIX international standards on every seat, the Captiva is designed to keep you safe. Smart technologies further enhance the safety and driving experience. A rear camera and rear parking sensors come standard to increase confidence when driving in narrow driving conditions.


The good-looking family SUV: Bold and expressive, Chevrolet Captiva is a striking vehicle, echoing the sporty and progressive looks of the latest additions to Chevrolet’s SUV line-up. With its stylish cloth interior and blue denim dashboard in LS trim, and grey in LT and Premier, the 2021 Captiva looks good inside and out.

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