2013 Chevrolet Captiva facelift

H Chevrolet θα φέρει και αυτή τη facelift έκδοση του Captiva στην έκθεση της Γενεύης που ξεκινάει από τις 7 Μαρτίου.

Το μοντέλο κυκλοφόρησε το 2011 και η Chevrolet του προσφέρει τις απαραίτητες αλλαγές για να το φρεσκάρει. Έτσι νέος είναι ο εμπρός προφυλακτήρας που πλέον είναι λίγο χαμηλότερος που φιλοξενεί νέα φώτα ομίχλης, νέα μάσκα, πίσω φώτα LED, ανασχεδιασμένο πίσω προφυλακτήρα και χρωμιωμένες απολήξεις της εξάτμισης. Επιπλέον πατάει πάνω σε ζάντες 18 ιντσών.

Στο εσωτερικό πλέον υπάρχουν νέες υλικά και επενδύσεις, νέα χρώματα και διαφορετικές λεπτομέρειες για το πίνακα οργάνων. Ο εξοπλισμός των πλούσιων εκδόσεων του Captiva θα περιλαμβάνουν στάνταρ keyless entry και εκκίνηση του κινητήρα, διζωνικό κλιματισμό, εσωτερικό χαμηλό πακέτο φωτισμού και θερμαινόμενα πίσω καθίσματα.

Τέλος, η Chevrolet ανακοίνωσε ότι το Trax θα κυκλοφορήσει στην Ευρώπη από την άνοιξη.

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  • Captiva boasts carefully re-designed rear and front
  • Keyless start and entry among Captiva’s new comfort features
  • Trax sales to start in spring

Being widely acknowledged as the creator of the entire SUV segment with the Suburban in 1935, Chevrolet has more than 75 years of experience in designing great sport utility vehicles. At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the brand will present the restyled edition of its Captiva compact SUV in Europe for the first time.

The new Captiva introduces several changes to the rear and front of the vehicle, including new LED tail lamps, angular chrome exhaust tips and a remodeled bumper. Up front, it sports a lower bumper, a new grill mesh as well as restyled foglamps. New 18-inch alloy wheels further enhance Captiva’s road presence.

The Captiva will now feature keyless entry and start as standard on upper trims. Inside, the vehicle will boast fresh seat colors, new fabrics (upper specifications: leather seats), and restyled trims in the instrument panel. A dual-zone climate system, an ambient lighting package and heated rear seats provide even more comfort on select specifications.

Offering up to seven seats, along with additional convenience features, the restyled Captiva is a typical SUV for the family. Chevrolet will up the ante even more by launching Trax this spring, its contender for the popular and fast-growing small SUV segment. Trax will be available in front and all-wheel-drive configurations.

“With Captiva and Trax, Chevrolet will offer two very distinct SUVs in Europe, both featuring Chevrolet’s iconic design,” says Susan Docherty, President and Managing Director of Chevrolet and Cadillac Europe. “Trax combines the agility of a small car and the versatility of an SUV, making it perfect for today’s urban explorer. The larger and more powerful Captiva has a more upscale presence. Captiva is the ideal companion for those who want to have some adventure, but feel that they could do with more space, capability and that extra bit of convenience,” Docherty added.

Trax sales to start in spring

Trax is scheduled to arrive at dealerships in Europe as of spring this year. Chevrolet’s new small SUV features an athletic, inspired styling, a choice of three fuel-efficient engines and sporty, responsive ride characteristics. The engine line-up will comprise a 140 hp (103 kW) 1.4L turbocharged gasoline unit, a 1.6L gasoline engine as well as a 1.7L diesel engine which produces 130 hp (96 kW). All manual transmission variants come with Start/Stop technology. Trax is offered in front-wheel-drive (FWD) and all-wheel-drive (AWD) configurations.

Upper trims will feature Chevrolet MyLink technology as standard, a system that aggregates content from compatible smartphones onto the seven-inch high-resolution full-color touchscreen display. Chevrolet MyLink will also enable users to navigate by means of a dedicated smartphone app called BringGo and will allow them to access TuneIn internet radio.

MyLink users who own a compatible iPhone* (as of 4S) running iOS6 will be able to use the Siri assist system, to perform a number of tasks while they safely keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel.