Used Chevrolet Captiva cars for sale

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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 VCDi LTZ 5dr Auto [7 Seats]

£9,995
2012(62)
£188.81 per month
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  • 87,418
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.4i LS FWD 5-Door

£3,250
2007(07)
£51.29 per month
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  • 108,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2.4L
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Chevrolet Captiva

LT 2.2 VCDi Diesel Automatic 7 Seater From £12,995 + Retail Package 5-Door

£12,995
2012(12)
£251.78 per month
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  • 38,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 VCDi LTZ 5dr [7 Seats] [Start Stop]

£12,850
2014(63)
£248.74 per month
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  • 55,693
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.0 LT VCDI 5d AUTO 148 BHP 5-Door

 
£5,990
2008(58)
£113.76 per month
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  • 55,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

Captiva VCDi LTZ 5-Door

£7,967
2010(60)
 
 
  • 67,542
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.0 CDTi LT 4X4 5dr (7 Seats)

£6,995
2009(09)
£136.67 per month
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  • 40,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.0 VCDi LT 5dr Auto [7 Seats] [2010.5]

£6,597
2011(61)
£127.60 per month
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  • 57,480
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 VCDi LT 5dr (7 seat) Auto

£9,948
2012(12)
£187.83 per month
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  • 45,120
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.0 VCDi LS FWD 5-Door

 
£5,999
2010(10)
£113.96 per month
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  • 55,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 VCDi LTZ 5dr [7 Seats]

£10,998
2013(10)
£209.87 per month
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  • 44,044
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 LTZ VCDI 7 SEAT AUTO 184 BHP 5-Door

 
£12,750
2013(63)
£246.64 per month
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  • 35,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

-2.2 VCDi LTZ Auto 5-Door

£10,299
2011(61)
£195.19 per month
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  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.2 VCDi LTZ 5dr (7 Seats)

 
£11,750
2012(12)
£225.65 per month
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  • 22,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2.2L
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Chevrolet Captiva

2.0 VCDi LT 5dr

£6,990
2010(60)
£136.55 per month
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  • 65,937
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Used Chevrolet Captiva

A history lesson...
 
Chevrolet has a long pedigree in the 4x4 market, having produced utility vehicles since way before yummy mummies discovered Chelsea tractors, so while the compact Chevrolet Captiva may look fairly urban, it is actually a rather practical crossover vehicle with a seven seat capacity. A 2.4 litre petrol and a 2.0 CDTi diesel were offered with varying trim levels, designated LS, LT and LTX, the latter two being the seven seaters. There was a front-wheel drive option on the used Captiva LS, while 2009's Ikon special edition with improved styling and equipment was good value.
 
Bang for your buck
 
The new Chevrolet Captiva is an unashamed 4x4, with the requisite giant bumpers, brontosaurus-sized grille and monster truck wheel arches. However, these touches have the clever effect of reducing the vehicle's apparent bulk – it looks akin to a RAV4 or Grand Vitara but is substantially larger and with room for an extra row of seats.
 
Furthermore, those extra seats are not squeezed in at the cost of headspace and legroom. A fully grown adult could comfortably sit in the third row. When the third row is folded down, luggage capacity is sufficient for a round the world trip, including sports gear.
 
Build quality is good, as are safety features and driver control options. The 4x4 drive is a smooth on-demand system, with the rear axle being activated as driving conditions require, while the ABS and ESP are intuitive, including HBA (Hydraulic Brake Assist), HDC (Hill Descent Control) and ARP (Active Rollover Protection) functions.
 
What you'll pay
 
Consistent with Chevrolet's fairly small European market share, used Chevrolet Captiva cars for sale are pretty thin on the ground. They're worth looking out for though, with the less desirable 2.4 litre petrol engines with front wheel drive available for £8,000 for a 2008 model, going up to £13,000 for the more popular diesels of the same year. 2007's price range is about £5,000-£8,500. The Vauxhall Antara has the same platform but costs more simply through brand recognition, so the used Chevrolet Captiva is a bargain alternative.
 
What to check
 
You don't want a Chevrolet Captiva that's had the life beaten out of it by a demon off-roader. While it can handle some 4x4 action, it's fortunately not the off-roader's car of choice but beware of 4x4 club stickers in the windows and make a point of checking for alloy and under body damage.
 
Parts
 
Chevrolet parts are accessibly priced, with a new cambelt £60, spark plugs £5, fuel filters £21 and oil filters £9.
 
How it drives
 
The 2.0 litre diesel is a substantially livelier engine than the 2.4 litre petrol and the front wheel drive versions disposed of a considerable amount of weight in the 4 wheel drive system, but are best saved for local and urban driving. If you're at all likely to tackle any tricky terrain or will need to tow, stick to the 4x4.
 
The Chevrolet Captiva's agility is nothing to boast about but its ride, handling and acceleration are consistent with rivals in its class. The 133bhp petrol again is less desirable then the 150bhp diesel but neither will get you from 0-60 under 10 seconds, while the automatic gearbox option with the diesels cuts fuel economy and performance even more. It's a practical vehicle for its size, comfortable and good value for a seven-seater.

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