Holden will add a five-seater Captiva to its range this year
Captiva 5 will be powered by a 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine when it goes on sale in December.
Available as a 2WD with manual transmission or an AWD with automatic transmission, Holden says Captiva 5 will compete against Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson.
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.
"The Captiva 5's European styling, great specifications and competitive price make it an appealing offer."
The Captiva seven-seater range will continue with the SX, CX and LX models.
Standard features on Captiva 5 include:
- Driver and front passenger airbags
- Side curtain airbags
- Electronic Stability Control
- Traction Control
- 17” alloy wheels
- Air conditioning
- 6 Disc CD audio system
- Cloth seat trim
- Leather wrap steering wheel
- Cruise control
- Front and Rear Park Assist
- Satin silver roof rails
- Chrome exhaust tip
See the Holden Captiva for sale here.