Chevrolet after adding a couple of features to its Beat in the Indian market had also launched the facelifted Captiva in the Korean market early this-year showcasing the same at the Geneva motor show as well. Unfortunately General Motors has launched the new 2013 Chevrolet Captiva facelift in India without any ceremony.
The 2013 Captiva facelift is featured with a new lower front bumper which also has refreshed front grille and fog lamps, new LED tail-lamps, 18 inch alloy wheels, redesigned multimedia screen, heated rear seats, revised ambient lighting, new seat upholstery and restyled rear bumpers which also houses chromed exhaust pipes. The higher trim of the all-new 2013 Captiva facelift would also be available with leather seat covers and also key-less go feature.
Apart from this, the facelifted Captiva also features standard sunroof on the LTZ variant, rear parking sensors, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, stereo with eight speakers, dual-zone climate control, 6 airbags, automatic level ride suspension, ABS with EBD, descent control system and a new black interiors instead of lighter shade seen in the previous Captiva.
Coming to the technical specifications, the facelifted Captiva is now also available with a 6-speed manual transmission which was earlier available only in automatic transmission. The new Captiva is now equipped with a 2.2-litre diesel engine which is good for 184bhp and 43.24kgm replacing the 2.0-litre diesel engine. The Captiva LT (Manual non metallic) is a two wheel drive version and is priced at around 23.49 lakh INR (ex-showroom Delhi). The Captiva LTZ (Automatic) is an all-wheel-drive version and is priced at around 26.49 lakh INR (ex-showroom Mumbai).
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