To the line of accessible models of GM, such as Chevrolet Spark, Lanos, Ã€veo, relatively accessible off-road vehicle that, as well as all enumerated models, joined, a business concern General Motors brought to Europe from Korea. Yes, Chevrolet Captiva is the not enormous and heavy American jeep, this midsize Â«asphalticÂ» off-road vehicle created by the engineers of Daewoo especially for the European market. Therefore and the first acquaintance with this car passed in the Old World, where it is for sale already.
On the sizes of Chevrolet Captiva it is possible to compare to Hyundai Santa Fe - by the way, exactly this car in General Motors and consider a basic competitor. And the design of new off-road vehicle reminds small what about his Asian origin. The clear lines of the body and the absence of defects turned Captiva SUV at the European level for the whole family. And why not, right? In fact in a spacious salon to seven persons can station oneself with a due comfort. Overall, the car is worth a look. Recommend that all motorists - the car is worth the money!
A base version is counted on five passengers, but in this case about ten travelling bags will be placed in a luggage rack and it only on the floor, and if to load a luggage rack up to the top under ceiling, then all fifteen. By the way, for comfort of loading in Captiva it is possible separately to open glass of postern.
As well as it is supposed to the cars of such class, seats are regulated in various planes, and in my machine a driving arm-chair had an electro mechanic yet and. A helm too can be driven in on a height and on flight, indeed, it is here necessary to make effort.
Although in those places, where can pass Chevrolet Captiva, a compass may need hardly, here a navigational would be by the way. In fact it is an Â«asphalticÂ» jeep only. There is a car front-wheel drive in the ordinary mode, and only when driving-wheels begin slip, electronics connects back wheels on that can be passed to the 50 torque moment, of necessity. No blocking and lowering on Captiva it is not.
However, hints on real off-road vehicle Korean Chevrolet have, they are though expressed only in possibility to include a help at lowering, that, however, today all more often appears on Â«asphalticÂ» jeeps and passenger full drive cars (this system artificially understates speed of car at lowering, braking an engine and wheels, that a machine did not open out across a slope).