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Holden Captiva: Engine failure

Asked by Shaun

A mate of mine bought a Holden Captiva. In a bit over two years he'd done 122,000km and it was about to run out of warranty. Anyway, the thing shut down, got towed and it was an $11,000 fix under warranty - thankfully. These chuck-away cars may be good for mums picking up kids and shopping doing 10-15,000km a year, but...

Answered by CarsGuide

23 Feb 2015 Carsguide.com.au

I think you're being a bit harsh. I'm not a fan of the Captiva, but at least the dealer fixed it outside of the 100,000km warranty period.

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