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PRICEWATCH: Chevrolet Captiva v Hyundai Santa Fe

CHEVROLET has been claiming since last summer that the new Captiva SUV will be the first car to genuinely give it a chance in fleet. It’s also the first car to be designed as a Chevrolet since GM started rebadging old Daewoos.

It seems the bold predictions and new strategy might just work. It has some very healthy residual values, which are miles above any other Chevrolet in the range, and compare very well with the excellent Santa Fe at the budget end of the SUV market.

Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 CDTI LT: price new £20,862

Mileage Age (months) Predicted value Money lost
20,000 12 £14,325/69% £6,537
30,000 18 £12,450/60% £8,412
40,000 24 £10,800/52% £10,062
50,000 30 £9,400/45% £11,462
60,000 36 £8,175/39% £12,687

Source: CAP Motor Research

Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRTD GSI: price new £21,787

MILEAGE AGE (MONTHS) PREDICTED VALUE MONEY LOST
20,000 12 £13,975/64% £7,812
30,000 18 £11,975/55% £9,812
40,000 24 £10,250/47% £11,537
50,000 30 £8,775/40% £13,012
60,000 36 £7,625/35% £14,162

Source: CAP Motor Research

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