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Chevrolet Captiva Owners Manual: Additional Storage Features

Chevrolet Captiva Owners Manual / Storage / Additional Storage Features

Cargo Cover

For vehicles with a cargo cover, use it to cover items in the rear of the vehicle.

To remove the cover and remove it from the vehicle, pull both ends toward each other. To reinstall, place each end of the cover in the holes behind the rear seat.

Cargo Tie-Downs

Four cargo tie-downs are located in the rear compartment of the vehicle.

The tie-downs can be used to secure small loads.

Cargo Management System

If the vehicle has a cargo management system in the rear of the vehicle, it will have rails with  adapters and hooks. These are used to hold the net and mesh pocket.

Cargo Management System

The adapters are used to hold the net. Slide the adapters to the desired location on the upper and lower rail and turn the handle up to lock it in place. Compress the rods of the net and insert them into the corresponding openings of the adapter. The longer rod is for the upper adapter.

The hooks hold the mesh pocket. To insert a hook on the rail, place the hook in the upper groove of the rail and press it into the lower groove.

Convenience Net

For vehicles with a convenience net, located in the rear, use it to store small loads as far forward as possible. The net should not be used to store heavy loads.

Chevrolet Captiva offers various additional storage features designed to enhance convenience and organization. One such feature is the cargo cover, which is a retractable shade-like cover that helps keep items in the cargo area hidden from view. It can be easily pulled out to cover the cargo area and retracted when not in use.

Cargo tie-downs are another useful feature, typically located in the cargo area to secure items and prevent them from shifting during transport. These tie-downs can be used to secure larger items or luggage, providing added peace of mind while driving.

For enhanced cargo management, some Chevrolet Captiva models (from 2006 to 2018) come equipped with a cargo management system. This system may include adjustable dividers, storage bins, or compartments to help organize and separate items in the cargo area. It allows for better utilization of space and helps keep items organized and easily accessible.

These additional storage features in the Chevrolet Captiva contribute to its versatility and practicality, making it a convenient choice for carrying various types of cargo while ensuring a well-organized and clutter-free interior.

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