The 2012 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LTZ is a difficult car to maintain. You’ll need to take out the grille and the entire bulb housing in order to access the headlights, which won’t allow for reliable bulb changes. The entire glove box housing will need to be removed to access the cabin air filter, which is bulky to maneuver. The engine air filter may also be a problem, as you’ll need to remove the entire air filter housing before you can remove its cover.
However, the 2012 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LTZ has its upsides. Both fuses boxes are easy to find and the engine one comes with a fuse puller, allowing you to easily troubleshoot any electrical problems. The engine coolant reservoir has very open access, allowing you to reliably monitor its fluid levels. The spare tire and jack kit are quickly found in the trunk, allowing for much convenience when servicing a potential flat.
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