Customer Review Summary for Chevrolet Captiva Sport
Value received vs. buying new
2014 Chevrolet Captiva SportRichard - Ripon, CA03/25/2015
This vehicle offers almost everything that I was looking for..Modern drive train,connectivity,and reliability of proven components and built in safety to include excellent visibility.Secondly...price,value received for dollar spent , it was a good deal.Also this was a nice way to buy a car,no back and forth,I received a fair value for my trade that was more than expected
Just right for me.
2014 Chevrolet Captiva SportPat - Gahanna, OH01/09/2015
This car is just the right size for me; it handles like a smaller car and the storage space is much larger than any trunk size on a regular car. The cabin feels right too, not like a cargo van. It is tall enough that you are able to see in parking lots around all of the huge suvs in the parking spaces and gives you a good view of the road. It gets about the same mileage as my old 6 cylinder Malibu, but this is a 4 cylinder engine, and if you are not in a hurry, has an eco button to help cut down on fuel usage.
I should have taken my time
2012 Chevrolet Captiva SportERICA JONES - Texas City, TX10/21/2017
When I first got the car a day later it started to jerk as if something was missing fire, then the radio was turning off by itself and making a really loud noise. I took it back they checked it out said it was ok. I took it back again this time they kept the car for several days again nothing was wrong with it well a week later same thing the 3days to return the car was long gone some BIRTHDAY gift to me.
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