Since its inception in 2006, the Chevrolet Captiva Sport has not changed much by way of design. It is engineered for use as a fleet vehicle. Rental car companies and other corporate entities custom order these vehicles to fit their specific needs. The front end of the vehicle has undergone some changes to make it more appealing to consumers, otherwise the model has remained consistent over the years.
Those looking for a reliable used vehicle, can find the 2014 Captiva Sport available in several model and trim options which include the following: LS, LT and LTZ models and the 1LS and 2LS trims. All Captivas come with 5 doors to easily load and unload luggage or other cargo. This small SUV provides ample storage space while comfortably seating five passengers. The 1LS and 2LS models are the most basic models and provide a good value to car buyers.
This economical vehicle is ideal for novice drivers, such as high school aged children. To aid young drivers is a rear park assist, an added safety feature that aids in backing-up and parallel parking. Professionals in sales or real estate may also find this small SUV to be an ideal option for their needs as well. When considering a family vacation the Captiva Sport can handle the towing of lighter cargo like a Jet Ski or small ATV.
Some of the most desirable features include 18-inch tires on the LTZ model and a rear camera system with the LT and LTZ models. This vehicle has an automatic transmission so a remote start is available and does come standard on some models. Also standard is a rear cargo net and a driver information center in the center console. A valuable technological advancement is the availability of MyLink Navigation and MyLink Radio. The rainsense automatic windshield wipers also come standard on the LTZ and is an option for the LT. The variety of options, trim packages and performance options allows fleet owners to build their ideal machine which will become a consumer-available vehicle at a later time.
2014 CHEVROLET CAPTIVA SPORT SAFETY
A multitude of safety features are integrated into the design of the 2014 Chevrolet Captiva Sport. Some of the safety features include a tire pressure monitoring system, pedal release system, automatic headlight control and StabiliTrak with traction control. For the driver and front passenger, there are dual-stage front and side air bags. For the front and rear passengers there are also curtain airbags integrated. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association rated the Captiva Sport 4 out of 5 stars for rollover resistance.
In short, the 2014 Chevrolet Captiva Sport is a roomy fuel efficient vehicle that is considered to be a compact SUV and crossover vehicle. The fuel efficiency package helps to save money at the gas pump. The available options and upgrades ensure that you will find exactly what you require in your vehicle. Using carfax.com you will have advanced search options available to customize a search to find that ideal vehicle that suits both your personal and family needs.