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The new 2015 Chevrolet Captiva will probably see the light of the day in the first half of 2015. 2015 Chevy Captiva is a compact crossover SUV which usually offers the style and comfort with excellent fuel efficiency. Great look always follows spacious and luxurious interior.
2015 Chevy Captiva review
The new Chevy Captiva 2015 will be based on a new platform, called D2XX. That new platform will be used for the new 2015 Chevrolet Cruze, which will arrive in 2014. New Captiva will be available with five or seven seats. It will come with redesigned front and rear ends which will include restyled bumpers, grilles and LED taillamps. It will have an electronic gadgets like collision warning system, adaptive cruise control and road sign recognition system. The latest touchscreen multimedia infotainment system also will be available.
The first mule has been caught on the streets. The company tried to hide it under the mask of Chevrolet Orlando, but it is obvious that this is not a real Orlando. This prototype is offered with 4-wheel drive system which is not available on the Orlando. Also there are twin exhaust pipes. Beside shorter wheelbase than the standard Orlando, the front end is chopped up to make room for the new engine and cooling system.
2015 Chevy Captiva mpg
Under the hood there will be the current 2.2 turbo diesel with different states of tune. The most powerful version with twin turbo will produce 195 BHP. It will be paired with 8-speed automatic transmission and that Captiva will have an EPA-estimated highway rating of 30 mpg.
2015 Chevy Captiva Release date and price
The new 2015 Chevy Captiva will probably see the light of the day in the first half of 2015 with base price little under $25.000.