Chevrolet has revised its Captiva seven-seater SUV, with a refreshed look and new technology.

Starting from £21,295, a price drop of £1615 on the outgoing entry-level model, the model has changes to the front and rear, including new LED tail lights, angular chrome exhaust tips and a remodelled bumper.

At the front it sports a lower bumper, a new grille mesh and restyled fog lamps, and also adds 18-inch alloy wheels.

The Captiva also gets keyless entry and start as standard on upper trims, while the interior features new seat fabrics and a restyled instrument panel. Dual-zone climate and heated rear seats are now available on some specifications.

Emissions and fuel economy remain unchanged, with the most fleet-friendly 163hp 2.2-litre diesel in LS trim offering 45.5mpg and 164g/km CO2.

“The Captiva is the ideal companion for those who want to have some adventure, but feel that they could do with more space, capability and that extra bit of convenience,” said Susan Docherty, managing director of Chevrolet and Cadillac Europe.