Is the chevy captiva discontinued
No it isn't....just hell of foreign~ (and most disgracefully has the typical *yawn ROAD rhino) look....crikey what ever happened to style....this style is pitiful~
These pretty much are lease vehicle returns that you see people driving. Some are in great shape, while others already show the effects of salt spray. I would at the very least, make sure you get a used car underbody coat treatment, and check the tread, insisting on new tires for anything less than 9/32's...because the dealer treats these like brand new cars. They may look brand new, but they have some use. My wife likes hers. We managed to give our daughter our 2008 Saturn Vue, which still has a good transmission, and basically is the same body style with updated technology. I'm hoping they solved every transmission issue as I now have the famous 6 speed. This definately has more get up and go plus it gets more gas mileage. My plans are to do an underbody treatment before winter and install a transmission cooler to avoid baking the pressure plates and seals. The remote start is going to be a nice way to pamper my wife come winter.
I have a 2013 Captiva LTZ. It's a very good vehicle though not perfect (like every other vehicle). I don't quite understand why GM killed this vehicle twice. Maybe the accountants could tell the buying public why they killed it again. The counterpoint should come from the engineers. Chevy Captiva: too good to be killed twice.
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