So, you want to drive the updated Chevrolet Captiva?

Learn when you should start asking dealers about it
by Patrick Everett Tadeo | Mar 16, 2012

TopGear.com.ph Philippine Car News - The updated Chevrolet Captiva is coming

Chevrolet Philippines recently posted its March 2012 pricelist on its Facebook page and while perusing it, we noticed the conspicuous absence of the Captiva sport-utility vehicle.

We just had to prod and here's what we gathered: according to our source from Chevrolet Philippines, the last of the current-look Captiva is being sold off as the company waits for the arrival of the new-look Captiva "within the second quarter of the year."

The new-look Chevrolet Captiva debuted at the 2010 Paris Motor Show and was released in the European market a year later.

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