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Chevrolet Captiva

  • tickSharp looks
  • tickRoomy, practical cabin
  • tickDecent safety kit

Chevrolet Captiva 4×4 (2007 – 2014)

The Captiva has its strengths, but it also has some serious flaws, the high price being one of them. Other seven-seats SUVs do a better job for less money.
Our verdict

Is the Chevrolet Captiva a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Chevrolet Captiva interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Chevrolet Captiva performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

Chevrolet Captiva how good does it look

Chevrolet Captiva practicality

Chevrolet Captiva drive

Chevrolet Captiva reliability

Chevrolet Captiva equipment

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

The Captiva’s interior features some soft-touch surfaces, but they’re not very dense and there isn’t much give in them. Most of the other panels are hard and shiny, so the cabin has a rather low-rent feel. The dashboard has rather a lot of fiddly buttons, too, but at least you get a good driving position and a decent view out.

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Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

VCDi
£1,500 to £8,495
Find 59 cars
LT
£1,750 to £8,495
Find 30 cars
LTZ
£1,500 to £8,475
Find 29 cars
LS
£2,495 to £4,999
Find 11 cars
CDTi
£1,750 to £3,999
Find 10 cars
LTX
£2,495 to £4,695
Find 6 cars

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