Latest Chevrolet Captiva SUV spied testing at Gurgaon

The Chevrolet Captiva (Sports Utility Vehicle) has been hotly predicted for a kick off later this yr, but which isn’t to be as our known’s has mention that the car will see a kick off only in 2012. Meanwhile, General Motors (GM) India has previously began screening the approaching SUV in India, plus the camouflaged examination edition of 2012 Chevrolet Captiva was caught testing at Gurgaon through NDTV Car”and”Bike fan, Parag Raheja.

We have previously brought you a good thing about the upcoming 2011 Chevrolet Captiva SUV right here but then once again, for the gain of individuals who’re nevertheless to go through that, we will do a fast wrap up of the new Chevrolet Captiva Sports Utility Vehicle is all about. The 2011 Chevrolet Captiva SUV styling is very aggressive compared to the existing version and a great deal of musculature all all around endows the Chevrolet Captiva with a group, don’t-mess-with-me appear, that GM vehicle now sport across the product range.

The big selling level of the 2012 Chevrolet Captiva was the aura of the automatic transmission selection, and that is one thing which the section leader, the Toyota Fortuner Sports Utility Vehicle continues to absence. The newer product will feature the automated transmission selection which will assist harnesses all the energy and torque which the 2.2 L VCDi frequent rail turbo diesel engine variant that is predicted to create it into the new Chevrolet Captiva.

Chatting of which, a 2.2 L Diesel engine is very good for 163 brake hors e power of peak power and 350 Nano meter of torque, which has a jump from the latest Captiva’s a hundred and fifty Bhp and 320 Nano meter plus ideally this is the smart engine General Motors (GM) India will endow the Chevrolet Captiva sports utility vehicle with as the product is a Entirely Built Unit (CBU). The 2012 Chevrolet Captiva will also come with better interiors which contain the twin cockpit dashboard and will give the seven seater configuration.

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