Five-seater to join Holden Captiva range

Five-seater to join Holden Captiva range

Holden Captiva fq

Holden will add a new Captiva five-seater to its SUV range in NZ later this year.

The Captiva 5 will be powered by a 2.4 litre four cylinder engine which may appeal to both business fleets and private buyers.

Holden New Zealand Managing Director, Simon Carr, said the introduction of the Captiva 5 will make Holden even more competitive in the SUV market. “It is fantastic to have an additional engine option and seat configuration available as it broadens the range and broadens the choice for our customers.”

Available as a 2WD with manual transmission or an AWD with automatic transmission, Captiva 5 will compete directly against Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson.

Holden Captiva is currently New Zealand’s second highest selling SUV in the medium market. With a market share of 16.4%, Captiva outsells the Ford Territory, with 426 vehicles sold year to date.

The Captiva seven-seater range will continue with the SX, CX and LX models.

Captiva 5 will go on sale in December with the following recommended retail prices:

Captiva 5 2WD (manual) $33,490
Captiva 5 AWD (automatic) $38,990

Holden Captiva fq

Holden will add a new Captiva five-seater to its SUV range in NZ later this year.

The Captiva 5 will be powered by a 2.4 litre four cylinder engine which may appeal to both business fleets and private buyers.

Holden New Zealand Managing Director, Simon Carr, said the introduction of the Captiva 5 will make Holden even more competitive in the SUV market. “It is fantastic to have an additional engine option and seat configuration available as it broadens the range and broadens the choice for our customers.”

Available as a 2WD with manual transmission or an AWD with automatic transmission, Captiva 5 will compete directly against Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson.

Holden Captiva is currently New Zealand’s second highest selling SUV in the medium market. With a market share of 16.4%, Captiva outsells the Ford Territory, with 426 vehicles sold year to date.

The Captiva seven-seater range will continue with the SX, CX and LX models.

Captiva 5 will go on sale in December with the following recommended retail prices:

Captiva 5 2WD (manual) $33,490
Captiva 5 AWD (automatic) $38,990

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