Used Chevrolet Captiva Cars in Scotland

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Chevrolet Captiva 2.2 VCDi LT Auto 4WD Euro 5 5dr +13
2.2 VCDi LT Auto 4WD Euro 5 5dr (7 Seats)
Finance from £54 per month

2011

Automatic

36.6 mpg

Tax: £395

Mileage: 87,000

Diesel

Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 VCDi LT SUV 2011, 96400 mile +16
2.0 VCDi LT
Finance from £63 per month

2011

Manual

39.2 mpg

Tax: £365

Mileage: 96,400

Diesel

Chevrolet Captiva 2.2 VCDi LTZ 4WD Euro 5 5dr (7 S +13
2.2 VCDi LTZ 4WD Euro 5 5dr (7 Seats)
Finance from £61 per month

2012

Manual

42.8 mpg

Tax: £290

Mileage: 98,000

Diesel

Chevrolet Captiva 2.2 VCDi LTZ 4WD Euro 5 (s/s) 5d +14
2.2 VCDi LTZ 4WD Euro 5 (s/s) 5dr (7 Seats)
Finance from £68 per month

2013

Manual

44.1 mpg

Tax: £290

Mileage: 104,200

Diesel

Chevrolet Captiva LT VCDI +7
LT VCDI
Finance from £82 per month

2013

Manual

44.1 mpg

Tax: £290

Mileage: 107,000

Diesel

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Chevrolet Captiva LTZ VCDI +8
LTZ VCDI

2012

Automatic

36.6 mpg

Tax: £395

Mileage: 85,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Chevrolet Captiva with Exchange and Mart?

4x4 vehicles might form an integral part of virtually every mainstream car manufacturer's model range these days but it wasn't always so. Retreat through the annals of history for a few years and the 4x4 was a more specialist proposition that comparatively few manufacturers paid much attention to. One hangover from this era, for people who remember it, is that certain badges sit more comfortably on the nose of a 4x4 than others. Land Rover, Jeep and the big Japanese names all have longstanding pedigrees in the field and are names that seasoned buyers will trust. Chevrolet does too, even if it may have escaped many in the UK, and that could bode well where its Captiva compact 4x4 is concerned.

About the Chevrolet Captiva

Chevrolet has quite a history when it comes to 4x4 vehicles but the Captiva has little in common with the behemoths that the brand became associated with across the pond. It's a sizable car by our standards and the roomy cabin is probably its major strength, especially with seven seats installed. The diesel engine is a good one but the petrol isn't and is best avoided. Build quality should throw up few problems and the ride comfort is a plus, even if this isn't one of the best handling compact 4x4s around. Buyers seeking a big and practical family vehicle should get on well with a used Captiva, particularly considering the prices at which it's now available.

Representative finance example

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