Used 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport Fleet SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport Fleet SUV Crossover

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 Pros Available as a five or seven-passenger configuration.

 Pros Peppy engine offers plenty of passing power.

 Pros Fantastic fuel-economy, returning 22 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway.

 Pros Gorgeous exterior styling that is rugged and sporty.

 Pros Soft suspension for a smooth and comfortable ride.

 Pros Cloth seats are available.

 Pros OnStar is included for first six months.

 Pros Driver Information Display lets you monitor the operations of your vehicle at all times.

 Pros Affordable price will fall within the average budget. It is nearly impossible to predict what complaints will arise with the release of the 2013 Captiva Sport Fleet, but evaluating the specs leads us to believe that there will be a few: • No V6 option available, which some consumers tend to prefer on a sport utility vehicle. • Limited cargo space behind the front seat. Captiva can’t compete with others in this class. • Poor towing capacity at only 1,500 pounds. • As of now, there is no rear seat entertainment listed. • All-wheel drive is not standard. • Larger tires are not available. • Body color fascias are not available, which some prefer. • Third row seat is not practical for adult passengers.