The Chevrolet Captiva first debuted in the Indian auto market in 2008. While the car initially managed to beat its competition Honda CR-V for sometime, it did not last long. This prompted its makers to introduce the automatic variant in this market in a bid to recapture it as early as the 2011 model.
The Captiva likes its name suggests, definitely manages to captivate you. The front features a two part grille design, with the strip splitting it carrying the Chevrolet logo. The head lights are huge and rectangular in shape, with the fog lights located close to it. While the head lights will make you think that is a soft-roader, make no mistake, as this SUV performs well as an off-roader.