A new generation Chevrolet Captiva crossover appeared on saleSeptember 10, 2019
The American automaker announced the start of sales of the second generation Chevrolet Captiva. This SUV was presented this spring in Peru.
Chevrolet has launched a new generation of its Chevrolet Captiva crossover. Recall, from the moment of its first debut, this model was called the “twin” of the Chinese Baojun 530. So the appearance of these two crossovers is almost identical with the difference that the Captiva relies on a new grille and brand logos of the brand. After the change of generations, the cross is available with a five and seven-seater saloon. The length of the novelty reaches a mark of 4,655 mm with a wheelbase of 2,750 mm. But the interior of the Captiva 2020 is noticeably different from the interior of the Baojun 530.
So, the cross from Chevrolet gets the original front panel with a huge multimedia touchscreen.
In addition, the new crossover relies on a rich list of equipment: six airbags, stylish optics on LED-matrices, 2-zone climate control, full-time parking sensors, 17-inch wheels and much more. In the top versions, a spectacular panoramic sunroof appears. The new Chevrolet Captiva is powered by a one and a half liter 143-horsepower turbo engine, paired with a six-speed manual transmission or CVT. But four-wheel drive is not required for such a crossover. For the most affordable SUV in Thailand car dealerships, you will have to leave from 959,000 baht
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