The Chevrolet Captiva is a mid-range SUV that has plenty of room to seat you and four other passengers. The standard 2.4-liter V6 engine makes 180 horsepower, enough to get you where you are going, but lacking in the get-up-and-go that other SUV engines offer. Its 20 mpg in the city is impressive for an SUV, and this car is certainly no gas-guzzler. A few trim levels are offered, but the basic one features programmable locks, CD changer, Bluetooth, surround sound system with DVD player, voice-controlled GPS system and automatic headlights. The real wood trim (in the upgraded package) looks nice inside and compliments the upgraded edition that also includes a sunroof, Keyless Access Card Key, powered and heated seating and tinted glass, amongst other options, made available with the add-ons found in the Convenience package. Offered at a competitive price, there’s much to like about this vehicle, with exception to the limited and basic 3-year/36,000 mile warranty.