Holden Captiva Reviews

The Holden Captiva launched in 2006, plugging a gap for a mid-sized SUV in Holden’s range, long left open by the Frontera’s departure. The Korean-sourced Captiva matched the move towards family SUVs much better than the Isuzu-based Frontera – or Commodore-based Adventra – with a much more city-friendly focus, as opposed to a more off-road-ready setup. The Captiva range offers both five and seven-seat options, two and four-wheel drive configurations, and the choice of petrol and diesel engines.

Latest Holden Captiva reviews

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