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2016 Holden Captiva 5 LS (FWD) Review

We shopped the entry-model Captiva against the entry-model Hyundai Tucson. The interior of the Captiva seemed more upmarket, the size was bigger and the price was about $4000 cheaper. We were impressed with the economy of such a large car when using regular petrol and liked that it was smooth and quiet...

2014 Holden Captiva 7 Lt (AWD) Review

I am the lucky recipient of a 2014 Holden Captiva LT 2.2 diesel. Spoiler alert it's a company car. It's got 30,000km-ish on it. As a company car it's great, it does everything it needs to do (plus I get a new one next year, nice huh?) however would I part with my own money for it? Let's find out. The good bits...

2016 Holden Captiva 7 LTZ (AWD) Review

I traded my 2012 Prado on a new Captiva LTZ 2.2 diesel and I am glad I did. This SUV has way more gadgets than a $65 grand Prado has, it drives great, has heaps of grunt and fuel economy is around the same if not better. It also can tow the same and we only paid 38k. I think GM has got it right with this new model finally...

2016 Holden Captiva 7 Ltz (AWD) Review

I don't know what Captiva you tested, but its nothing like mine. I have a 2016 Jan build LTZ. Noisy diesel engine? It's noisy on start up but it's quieter than I thought it would be on idl. Inside I cannot hear it, wind the windows down and it purrs. Economy? I am getting 8.9l 100kms. It has more than enough power...

2016 Holden Captiva 7 Ltz (AWD) Review

Absolutely LOVE THIS SUV!! This is by far the best SUV for price and comfort on the road for 2016. Holden has definitely delivered a first prize SUV for 2016! The Captiva 7 LTZ wins hands down above all the rest! I love the new idea of no cd player with 2 USB ports in its place and much easier to manage your music with a Awesome sound system...

2012 Holden Captiva 5 (FWD) Review

The Captiva 5 is a roomy car that's easy to get in and out of - just the right height so you don't have to stoop nor do you have to use a step ladder. The back area with the seats down is a perfect place to sleep in when needed, avoiding necessity for a tent...

2015 Holden Captiva 5 Lt (FWD) Review

Have owned my Captiva 5 manual for 5 weeks and have driven it for about 1970 km. I am pleased with the performance and ride. Fuel economy is reasonable for the 2.4 petrol motor, (12/13 klms per litre on trips). Good power on level driving, slightly less on hills but this can be overcome by changing down to 5th gear and 4th gear on steeper hills to maintain speed...

2011 Holden Captiva 5 (FWD) Review

I have a 2011 Captiva 5, 2.4L 6 Speed manual which has done close to 37k without so much of a squeak. On the highway recently I achieved 8.7l/100km inline with Holden's claim. Whilst its console and sound system technology are slightly dated the price paid more than makes up for it. In any case it not hard to buy an after market in console sound/GPS system for this car...

2010 Holden Captiva Lx (4x4) Review

The Holden Captiva is the worst SUV you can buy in terms of reliability. I have had around $12,000 worth of warranty repairs with this vehicle and it continues to fall apart. Anything from drivers seats, to seatbelt's, to lower control arms and more. You pay for what you get, and the captiva is no exception as a value for money proposition, its reliability continues very poorly...

2014 Holden Captiva 7 Ltz (AWD) Review

I have been with Holden for so many years. The last Captiva 7 I got was fault free, economical, durability, reliability and servicing cost are reasonable. The 07 Captiva I had before which I had brand new was very good. I included to install all the required accessories on plus a Shu Roo fitted against Kangaroo's on the road...

2013 Holden Captiva 7 Lx (4x4) Review

Im having 2013 series 2 diesel 7LX for nearly 2 years.never had any problem.running very smooth and love the turbo poweful engine. On a highway with a full tank im getting roughly 560 to 580km and on urban im getting roughly 420 to 450km for 62litter tank. Love the interior. Doesnt feel plastic. Steering wheel got plenty of buttons to play with...

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