Chevrolet Captiva LTZ VCDi Truly Outlaws The SUV Segment
Pros : Automatic transmission enabled, spacious interiors with world class ambience, extremely macho exteriors and a powerful machine
Cons : Difficult to manage car size, too heavy on pockets
I freak out for new SUVs on the internet as I plan to buy one in the next few months of this year itself. My real estate business requires a lot of showy times too so that I can flaunt my class to the delegates to trap them easily for a project. I don’t find any better SUV than Chevrolet Captiva LTZ VCDi which is a diesel vehicle and is also enabled with automatic transmission mechanism. The Four Cylinder VCDi Diesel engine with 1991 cc displacement is unmatchable to fetch better power and torque. I require a lot of journeys now and then which will not be hesitated as the mileage of this car are not so bad. Fully loaded with internationally updated features that are very new that makes Chevrolet Captiva LTZ VCDi a entertainment machine.
The in-house furnishing is also very comfortable but could have been better if leather touch would have been bestowed to the seats and stretches inside the car. The measurements of this car are dramatically large which is good for me to show-off royalty but I don’t think it will be easily manageable in busy streets or in a narrowly packed lanes. But anyways I find this car a better option than any other high priced SUV like Toyota Fortuner, Skoda Yeti, Renault Duster and other SUVs that are there in the market.