Chevrolet's announced prices for what it calls its "most exciting new model yet," and they start at under £17k.
But don't get too excited – this is Chevrolet UK, so they’re talking about the new Captiva 4x4, not some new 18-litre Corvette.
Still, the Captiva looks like being plenty more interesting than anything in Chevy's current line-up.
Though underneath it's much the same car as the forthcoming Vauxhall Antara, Chevy's version is cheaper, and has the option of seven seats.
The entry level model is the £16,995 front-wheel drive, five-speed 2.4-litre petrol LS. It's the only petrol version in the range and has only five seats, but comes with air conditioning, a six-speaker CD player, tailgate with separate opening rear window, front, side and roof airbags, 16-inch alloys and roof rails.
Next up is LT trim, which brings a 2.0-litre diesel engine, four-wheel drive, 17-inch alloys, front fog lights, a leather steering wheel and gearknob, an eight-speaker CD player and glovebox cooling. It costs £19,995, or £21,095 with seven seats.
If you really want to go to town, there's the top-of-the-range LTX, which comes with seven leather seats, 18-inch alloys, automatic lights and wipers, cruise control, a multi-function display panel, a radio with six-CD changer, climate control, and chrome detailing. It's £23,695 as a manual or £24,795 with automatic transmission.
The Captiva's keen pricing puts it head-to-head with Nissan's X-Trail, which has only five seats, and makes it cheaper than the seven-seat Hyundai Santa Fe. It is on sale now for delivery in June.