Holden has slashed prices across its updated Captiva 5 and Captiva 7 family SUV range this week, while adding a number of new features.
Prices for 2014 have been cut on all trim grades, by as much as $2000 on the Captiva 5 range and an even $2500 across all Captiva 7 models.
The new pricing sees the Captiva 5 priced from $25,990 - down from $27,990 - while the Captiva 7 drops from $32,490 to $29,990.
The Captiva 7 range has also been renamed, with the SX, CX and LX badges changing to LS, LT and LTZ for the 2014 model year.
Updates to the 7 include a lightly re-styled front fascia and grille, and the rear picks up new LED lights and chrome exhaust tips.
Captiva 7 LT gets new 18-inch alloy wheels, while the LT and LTZ both get new integrated side steps.
Rounding out the updates to the Captiva 7 is a new sensor-enabled key with ‘passive’ entry and pushbutton start now a standard feature.
Updates to the Captiva 5 are more light-on, limited to chrome exterior door handles and new 18-inch wheels for the LT model.
Launched in 2007, the Captiva range has amassed more than 100,000 sales in Australia.
VFACTS data for 2013 saw the Captiva 5 drop from 7085 to 6751 sales, while the Captiva 7 grew from 11,378 in 2012 to 13,282 in 2013.
Pricing (excludes on-road costs)
2014 Captiva 5
- LT - 4cyl petrol manual - $25,990 (down $2000)
- LT 4cyl petrol auto - $28,190 (down $1800)
- LT - diesel AWD auto - $32,190 (down $1800)
- LTZ - 4cyl petrol auto - $31,190 (down $1800)
- LTZ - diesel AWD auto - $35,190 (down $1800)
2014 Captiva 7
- LS - 4cyl petrol auto - $29,990 (down $2500)
- LS - diesel auto - $32,990
- LT - V6 petrol AWD auto - $35,990
- LT - diesel AWD auto - $36,990
- LTZ - V6 petrol AWD auto - $39,990
- LTZ - diesel AWD auto - $40,990
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