Unchanged pricing for Captiva update

Unchanged pricing for Captiva update

Holden has launched the 2014 Captiva range which sees renamed trim levels and a number of styling changes made to the line up but prices remain unchanged.

Trim levels on the Captiva 7 range have been renamed, with SX, CX and LX becoming LS, LT and LTZ respectively.

The Captiva 7 car line receives a redesigned front fascia and grille. Rear styling has also been updated with a new rear fascia that features redesigned chrome exhaust tips and a new LED tail lamp design.

Both LT and LTZ Captiva 7 variants receive new integrated side steps while the LT receives new 18 inch alloy wheels.

All Captiva 7 models have been fitted with new sensor key technology with passive entry and start as a standard feature.

Holden New Zealand GM marketing, Marnie Samphier says Captiva is popular with Holden buyers in New Zealand.

“Since arriving in 2007, Holden Captiva has consistently been one of the most popular SUV’s sold in this country and in 2013 it was regularly in the top two best sellers,” says Samphier.

“Captiva ticks a lot of boxes for Kiwi families and with the current offering and upgrades we don’t expect that will change anytime soon.”

“Even with the additional upgrades, the model year 14 is offered at the same price as the previous model year.”

The 2014 Captiva range will be available at Holden Dealers throughout the country from this week.

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