Chevrolet Captiva

Chevrolet Captiva (2006-2011)

The Chevrolet Captiva is a 4.65 m long compact SUV the Chevrolet brand, which has been built since the fall of 2006. In Australia, it is offered as Holden Captiva 7, in South Korea up to the task of the brand as Daewoo Winstorm.


The Captiva shares the same platform (GM Theta ) and many parts with the Opel Antara, Saturn Vue and the Holden Captiva. The launch took place in October 2006.

It is available with a developed from the Italian engine designer VM Motori 2.0 -liter four -cylinder common -rail turbo diesel engine with 93 or 110 kW. The small diesel engine with 93 kW is not intended for the German market.

For petrol engines, there are two different engines, the 2.4 -liter four- cylinder with 100 kW (136 hp) and the 3.2 L six-cylinder with 169 kW (230 hp). For the petrol versions as an option an LPG installation order. In the basic version of the car is equipped with front-wheel drive and have from the LT trim level with all-wheel drive.

He is one of the first European Chevrolet models that are equipped with the Electronic Stability Program ESP. In contrast to the sister model of the Opel Chevrolet Captiva is available with 7 seats instead of 5.


In early 2011, the revised Captiva. These modifications procured the model a larger brand's typical radiator grille and new fuel-efficient engines.

Rear view

In the spring of 2013, the Captiva was given in the course of another facelift a modified grille, new bumpers and rear lights in LED technology.


  • 2WD = two- wheel-drive ( driven via the front axle)
  • 4WD = four-wheel drive (front and rear axles are driven )