Holden Captiva 2017 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Holden Captiva 2017 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Holden Captiva review: 2006-2017
By the early part of this century, it was painfully obvious that nobody was going to survive selling or making cars here if they didn’t have an SUV in their showrooms.Ford took the step of designing ...Read More
Holden Captiva: 4WD?
Since its introduction in 2006 Holden has sold the Daewoo-designed and built Captiva crossover SUV in both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Although they have sold a range of different engine and transmission options there has never been a rear-wheel drive layout offered.
Are Holden Captivas good cars?
Yes, no, and maybe. If you are after a mid-sized family SUV that doesn't need to go off-road, then a Captiva will likely do all you need and be a good car. If you are after a sporty machine to take to the track or cruise up and down the cafe strip impressing pedestrians, then the Captiva is definitely not what you'd want in a car. If you're interested in buying a Captiva, also look at Toyota's Kluger, Subaru's Forester, or even Jeep's Cherokee to benchmark the field.
Where is the Holden Captiva made?
Holden’s five- and seven-seat SUVs were built in a General Motors facility in the South Korean city of Bupyeong-gu. The replacement vehicles are primarily US-designed, with the Chevrolet Equinox taking over from the Captiva 5, and the GMC Acadia replacing the Captiva 7. The Equinox is currently built in Canada, China, and Mexico, while the Acadia is built in Spring Hill, Tennessee, USA.
Holden Captiva: What is the kerb weight?
The Captiva is rated to tow 2000 kg. The kerb weight the dealer gave you is correct.
What midsize SUV has good fuel economy?
All of them would be good choices, but I would prefer the Mazda CX-5 or the Kia Sportage. Either would be fine.