General Motors will bring the 5-passenger Chevrolet Captiva Sport cross/utility vehicle to the U.S. later this year in hopes of satisfying fleet-customer demand for the similarly sized Chevy Equinox CUV. GM builds and sells the Captiva Sport in Europe and 49 other international markets. It’s based on the Theta platform that underpinned the former Saturn Vue and other previous-generation 5-passenger GM CUVs in the U.S. The U.S.-bound Captiva Sport should not be confused with the ...

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