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For an SUV that doesn't come with a huge price tag, the Chevrolet Captiva is a solid choice. Built by Chevrolet, a brand synonymous with SUVs, this car offers practicality and excellent value. Find a used Chevrolet Captiva for sale using the Motors.co.uk search feature.

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Chevrolet Captiva

2011 (60) 2.0 VCDi LS 5dr FWD 

18
£3,990
2011 (60)
ONE OWNER PLUS SUPPLYING DEALER, SERVICE HISTORY
  • 2L
  • 125kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • 4 X 4
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Chevrolet Captiva

2008 (08) 2.0 LT VCDI 5d AUTO 148 BHP 5-Door 

Price Reduced
9
£4,695
2008 (08)
Finance Available £81 pm
  • 2L
  • 53kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • 4 X 4
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Chevrolet Captiva

2013 (13) 2.2 VCDi LT AWD 5dr Auto 

20
£9,950
2013 (13)
Finance Available £192 pm
7 SEATER DIESEL AUTOMATIC
  • 2.2L
  • 50kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • 4 X 4
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Chevrolet Captiva

2008 2.0 LTX VCDI 7 Seater 4X4 Full Leather Auto 5-Door 

7
£4,995
2008
Finance Available £87 pm
  • 2L
  • 95.1kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • 4 X 4
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Chevrolet Captiva

2013 (63) 2.2 VCDi (184PS) LT (7st) 5-Door 

Low Mileage
£9,450
2013 (63)
Finance Available £174 pm
  • 2.2L
  • 32kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • 4 X 4
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Chevrolet Captiva

2013 (62) 2.2 LT VCDI 5d 184 BHP 5-Door 

10
£8,795
2013 (62)
Finance Available £169 pm
  • 2.2L
  • 59kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • 4 X 4
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About Chevrolet Captiva cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Black
Most popular fuel type Diesel
Average Power delivery 168 BHP
Average fuel economy 37 MPG
Average price £8,175
Average mileage 56,178

Used Chevrolet Captiva

American cars have a reputation for being big, sluggish and almost like trying to drive a bath tub. While the Chevrolet Captiva is certainly oversized, it’s by no means lethargic and offers great practicality, a lot of comfort and has a commanding presence on the road. If you want an SUV that’s a bit different from the rest, it’s certainly worth taking a look at.

This corpulent Chevy was first released in 2006 and a few upgrades have followed. It certainly dominates the road and is rather stylish with a curvaceous design. Despite being one of the cheaper SUVs out there, the interior is well finished and very comfortable. It has a solid, uncomplicated feel to it, which is exactly what you’d want from a car of this ilk, and hailing from the USA there’s plenty of kit and gadgetry to play with.

Practicality is high on the Captiva’s list, and it has room inside for 7 people, making it a great option for large families, although it has to be said the rear most seats would be a tad uncomfortable on longer journeys. The boot is quite small in everyday trim, but putting the seats down creates a cavernous space.

Honestly the Chevrolet is poor off road, but that’s OK because you wouldn’t really want to drive it on the rough stuff. The ride is superb on tarmac however, and for a big car it handles quite well, but don’t expect to take the racing line in the corners. With several different engines ranging from 2.0 to 3.2 litres, there’s a an acceptable level of performance and the fuel economy is great for such a large car.

You can find a cheap used Chevrolet Captiva at Motors.co.uk with no trouble as there are literally thousands of second hand cars for sale. With substantial price discounts the norm, you’ll certainly get a lot of bang for your buck, and that’s the definition of a great deal. The Captiva is a big boy, and represents excellent value for money.

So if you’re after a big SUV from across the pond that’s excellent value for money, delivers great practicality and has a commendable ride quality, the Chevrolet Captiva should definitely be in your top 3. It’s typically American, but goes well beyond the stereotypes.