If you are looking for a new economical family car for a good price, you should watch today’s episode of Test Drive program hosting the 2020 Captiva from Chevrolet, which Karim Deeb has test-driven in detail to introduce its advantages and disadvantages.
The developing of the Chevrolet Captiva started in 2004, and the first generation saw the light and entered production lines in 2006, knowing that the development of this American car was carried out by the Chevrolet team in South Korea, and this generation continued production until the year 2018. Production was interrupted after its sister the Chevrolet Equinox was launched, but a second-generation came out as a 2020 model.
Captiva is a mid-size crossover, it belongs to a class larger than Chevrolet Trax, and smaller than Chevrolet Equinox, and it can accommodate 7 people on board, but only 5 of them will feel comfortable because the passengers sitting on the optional third-row seats will not feel comfortable.
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During this episode, Karim pointed out that this American car is manufactured in cooperation with the Chinese giant SAIC Motor.
The car rides on 17-inch rims and has a 1,051-liters of storage space when the third-row seats are folded. Inside the 2020 Captiva, there are fabric-coated seats and an 8-inch touch screen, and the car is also available with 5 options of exterior colors.
In this episode, our team test-drove the fully-loaded trim level; Chevrolet Captiva Premier, which comes with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a sunroof.
Captiva 2020 Specifications:
The new American family car is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine generating 149 hp and 255 Nm of torque and is connected to a CVT gearbox. Top speed is electronically limited to 190 km / h, and the price of the front-wheel-drive car in the Middle East starts from 17,500 USD, which equals 65,650 SAR or 64,250 AED.