It’s easy to fall under the spell of the new Chevrolet Captiva. This great-looking crossover cuts a real dash in any environment, with the ability to transport up to seven people in comfort.
The Captiva’s four-wheel drive practicality doesn’t come at the expense of style, either, with a pleasingly chunky body incorporating a split tailgate and a user-friendly dashboard. Well-equipped and impeccably constructed, the Captiva represents a fine addition to the Chevrolet range.
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