In addition, the cabin also provides a dual-zone climate system, ambient lighting package and heated rear seats. All three versions are available with 2.2-liter VCDi engines with either manual or automatic transmissions. The LS trim starts at £21,295, the LT is priced from £26,995, while the top level LTZ fetches at least £29,995.
Introduced in 2006, the Chevrolet Captiva is scheduled to receive a second-generation model that could be unveiled next year. The first Chevrolet Captiva / Opel Antara test mules were spotted back in April.