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by Tim Beissmann

The 2014 Holden Captiva range is now on sale in Australia, introducing refreshed styling to the five- and seven-seat body styles and price reductions of up to $2500.

Holden has cut $2500 from every variant in updated Captiva 7 range, lowering the entry price to $29,990 before on-road costs. It has also trimmed $2000 from the base version of the Captiva 5, which now starts at $25,990, and $1800 from all other grades.

The Captiva 7 SX, CX and LX trim levels have been renamed LS, LT and LTZ, bringing them into line with the naming structure of the Captiva 5, Trax and Colorado and Colorado 7 models.

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The 2014 Holden Captiva 7 features a redesigned grille, new front and rear bumpers, LED tail-lights, and revised chrome exhaust tips.

All Captiva 7 grades gain smart key technology with push-button start, while the LT and LTZ add integrated side steps. The LT also gets new 18-inch alloy wheels.

The Holden Captiva 5 LT likewise benefits from a new 18-inch alloy wheel design, while the LTZ adds chrome exterior door handles.

The revised pricing makes the Captiva 7 the only seven-seat SUV available for under $30,000, and one of the cheapest seven-seaters of any kind on the market, while the mid-sized Captiva 5 now starts just $2500 above its sub-compact Trax sibling.

 

Holden Captiva 5 manufacturer’s list prices:

  • LT petrol manual – $25,990 (-$2000)
  • LT petrol auto – $28,190 (-$1800)
  • LTZ petrol auto – $31,190 (-$1800)
  • LT AWD diesel auto – $32,190 (-$1800)
  • LTZ AWD diesel auto – $35,190 (-$1800)

 

Holden Captiva 7 manufacturer’s list prices:

  • LS 4-cyl petrol – $29,990 (-$2500)
  • LS diesel – $32,990 (-$2500)
  • LT AWD V6 petrol – $35,990 (-$2500)
  • LT AWD diesel – $36,990 (-$2500)
  • LTZ AWD V6 petrol – $39,990 (-$2500)
  • LTZ AWD diesel – $40,990 (-$2500)



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