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Pricing and details for the 2016 Holden Captiva range have been released, following the updated SUV line’s unveiling in December...
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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...

2015 Holden Captiva 7 Ltz (AWD) Review

I been looking around for a while at all brands of family 7 seater vehicles, driven many too. Our friends bought a Hyundai 7 seater which they have had for 8 weeks and has been back to dealer twice, literally falling apart he told me, looked good but that put me off. The Ford equivalent looked to tinny and not quite pleasing to the eye kia ok but just couldn't do it, cheap plastics, we own 5 kia k2700 for work that said...

2012 Holden Captiva 7 Sx (FWD) Review

We've been driving the Captiva SX now for almost 3 months and found it very good value for money. Driving in the city mostly, the Captiva offers flexibility comfort and decent handling. Ascetically, it tick all the boxes. I agree with most..it should have come with roof rails. I have been using E10 fuel and it has been doing quite well, no exact numbers to quote but I feel I'm not at the petrol station too often...

2012 Holden Captiva 7 Cx Review

Holden Captiva Series II CX Diesel. "Value for money". This is the first thing I say when people ask about our experience. Its a 7 seater that is not a mini-van. We have 3 kids, one in car seat, so we use the 3rd row regularly on the longer drives. Also handy when I want to collect granny and grandpa who don't drive or one of the kids mates is visiting...

2011 Holden Captiva 7 Cx Review

the configuration of the air condition unit it poor the second row barely get air, 3rd row get no air. car seized at high speeds at 60000km due to injectors and unable to move vehicle to safety. A week my car being returned the car wouldn't start so computer replaced car still didn't' start for 1.5months Wheels needing replacing every 30000km due to uneven wear...

2014 Holden Captiva 7 Ltz Review

We paid $38,000 drive away, Holden are literally throwing the Captiva's away. Starting price for the POV model, which also has 7 seats is an amazing price for a family vehicle @ $29,000 driveaway. I had driven many other turbo diesel family wagons and there is not too much difference between the Santa Fe, Sorento and the Captiva LTZ...

2013 Holden Captiva 7 SX Review

We needed a bigger car to accommodate a fourth child and after looking at a number of choices, we settled on the Holden Captiva 7 SX front-wheel drive. It was only $29,990 driveaway with a five-year warranty. With great fuel economy and non of the problems associated with the Series 1 model, we've had our Series 2 Captiva for three months now and are so far very happy...

2012 HOLDEN CAPTIVA 7 SX (FWD) Review

Overall Captiva & SX MY 12 Series 2 is a good car and value for money compared to other cars in same category of SUVs. It's smooth to drive and the interior is beautiful. Good pick up with acceleration, and yes massive improvement in fuel economy (avg. 8.2 to 9.2L or 100 Km). Good features as standard...

2012 HOLDEN CAPTIVA LX Review

Excellent - a vast improvement over the 2010 Captiva 5 Petrol (gutless) and 2007 Captiva LX V6 (thirsty) I have had as company cars. Likes: I love the ease of the third row seating, and the huge boot when this is not in use - in fact the overall capacity when the second row is down is massive! The dashboard layout is pretty good, though the heater controls are a bit odd, with the actual heating seeming to vary according to the outside temp...

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