Vehicle to vehicle....

I'll give the Captiva a chance. The Tucson, also a good vehicle to have, is on the smaller side.
There is a 7-seat option for this vehicle. Tucson wala.
This vehicle is made on a global platform. It heralds the change to a Chevrolet concepted cars. So forget the Daewoo rebadge talk.
Several of my colleagues in the profession are actually buying this one.

My ambivalence really stems from weak dealer support and sourcing of parts --a worry if you keep ownership for an extended period of time.
Well, if you plan to use it for the next 5 years only, it is a nice vehicle to consider.
A good alternative to the gasoline-fed CRV. And cheaper compare to a Sorento.