Holden Captiva Pricing and Specs
The South Korean sporting a dinky-di Holden badge, the Captiva SUV wasn't one of the brand's most dynamic or highly praised imports when it launched in Australia in 2006. But the Daewoo-turned-Holden proved popular with families of all shapes and sizes, owing in part to sharp pricing (ranging from POA to $35,420) and in part to the ability to option the Captiva in two sizes: the small SUV Captiva 5 (a five-seater) and the medium SUV Captiva 7 (a seven-seater). The range, starting with the bottom Captiva 5 LS (fwd) and finishing with the Captiva 7 LTZ (awd) (5YR), is available with a choice of petrol or diesel engines, and in two- or four-wheel drive configurations.
This vehicle is also known as Chevrolet Captiva, Opel Antara.
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