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New Chevrolet Captiva and revised Tavera Neo3 unveiled
Cosmetic changes aside, the new Captiva also has a new heart. So out goes the 2-litre mill in the outgoing model. Under the hood now is a 2.2-litre Common Rail Direct Injection TCDi engine that pumps out 186.5 PS of power @ 3,800 rpm and 424 Nm of torque @ 2000 rpm and is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission . The Captiva will be available in a single trim, LTZ, and priced at an expected Rs. 22 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi. Sporting a meatier grille that extends from the top of the hood to the base of the bumper, the new Captiva is a far better looking SUV than its predecessor. The Captiva comes with all-black interiors with added convenience features namely Cruise Control, Dual Row Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system, Electric Parking Brake, Rain Sensing wipers and electric sunroof. A standard Chevrolet 3 year/1,00,000 kms warranty will be on offer.
Launching the BSIV version of the Tavera Neo3 will now make it available in BSIV compliant cities. It now comes with twin-port front grille, bigger emblems front and back, larger clear-lens headlamps with integrated indicator lamps. The four-cylinder, 2.0 litre TCDi diesel engine pumps out 106.8 PS of power @ 4,000 rpm and 263.7 Nm of torque @ 2,500 rpm, BSIV version and would also be available in a 2.5 litre turbocharged BS3 engine option.