Holden entered SUV territory in 2006 with the Captiva imported from South Korea.
For several years, there was a Captiva 5 with five seats and different styling, as well as Captiva 7 that added a third-row for a total of seven seats.
The Captiva was consolidated into a single model as part of a 2016 update before it was replaced by the US-sourced Equinox.
Budget-friendly pricing and servicing costs
Excellent cabin storage; generous second-row space
Fuel economy of front-wheel-drive diesel variant
Effective all-wheel-drive system
Limited boot space with third-row seats in place
Below-average interior presentation, and no rear vents
Pre-2016 models lacking safety features/aids
V6 petrol engine is thirsty
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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