The Chevrolet Captiva name has a certain history in Mexico, at the time it was a compact SUV derived from an Opel. It had its level of success, but after the separation of the German from the American group, it left the market. Today that name comes to life with Chevrolet again, but with a very different product. Here we tell you all the details of the equipment and price of the new 2022 Chevrolet Captiva.
At first look, the Chevrolet Captiva has certain lines that fit with the DNA and the overall style of the brand, but from certain angles, there is something that makes you look at it with some doubt. The reality is that this product is not a Chevrolet completely, it is a Baojun 530 or also known as MG Hector. The reason for this is that SAIC Motors, those in charge of producing it, are great partners of General Motors in China.
The new 2022 Chevrolet Captiva measures 4,655mm long by 1,835mm wide by 1,760mm high. Its trunk has a capacity of 429 litres.
The new Chevrolet Captiva arrives with a configuration with a capacity for 5 and 7 passengers. Featured equipment includes things like the panoramic roof, synthetic leather, power seat adjustment, 10.4 touch screen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. , and electronic parking brake.
In terms of safety, the 2022 Chevrolet Captiva compact SUV has a total of four airbags, ABS brakes, electronic stability control, hill climb assist, proximity sensors, tire pressure monitoring and a reversing camera.
Under the hood of the Chevrolet Captiva, we will find a turbo four-cylinder engine of 1.5 litres to take the power to the front axle through a box CVT simulation 8 changes. Its figures are 144 hp and 184 lb.-ft. of torque available from 1,600 RPM to 3,600 rpm.
The new 2022 Chevrolet Captiva will have an independent suspension in the front and a rigid axle in the rear, in addition to having disc brakes on all four wheels. Its sales will begin in early April.