Chevrolet recently unveiled its first compact SUV with diesel options in the Geneva Motor Show. The Captiva is based on the Chevrolet/Daewoo S3X concept. The Chevrolet Captiva comes with 3 engine options, a 2.4 liter inline-4 DOHC (142hp@5200rpm, 220Nm@4000rpm) and a 3.2 liter V6 (225hp@6000rpm, 302Nm@3500rpm). The Captiva also has a turbodiesel model, a 2.0 liter 150hp common-rail direct injection turbodiesel sourced from Daewoo. This is definately a good move to have diesel engines, because gas prices are increasing badly due to the current oil crisis.