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A refreshed inside and out Chevrolet Captiva is now available to order in the UK, with prices starting at £21,295 for the LS starting at £21,295, rising to £26,995 for the LT and up to £29,995 for the top of the range LTZ. It will be available with a 2.2VCDi diesel engine with both automatic and manual gearboxes.
The exterior changes amount to new LED tail lamps, angular chrome exhaust tips and a revised rear bumper, while out front we see a lower bumper, new grille mesh and restyled fog lamps. New wheels always help with a restyle and there are new 18-inch alloys for the 2013 Captiva.
Inside, we see keyless entry and start as standard on the higher trim levels, new seat colors and fabrics, plus restyled trims in the instrument panel. A dual-zone climate control system, ambient lighting and heated rear seats further enhance comfort and feel for selected trim levels, too.
With up to seven seats and respectable economy levels, the Captiva is aimed at bigger families and is ready to order now.
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