Captiva 5 LT and Captiva 7 LS are priced at $25,990 and $29,990 drive-away respectively, with the five-seater offering free automatic while the seven-seat option gets $1000 in factory bonuses.
The deals continue on all Colorado ute models, with free automatic transmission and three-years free scheduled servicing included.
Colorado LX Pickup starts from $37,990 drive-away, while the Colorado LT Crew Cab Pickup is priced from $39,990 drive-away.
Perhaps the biggest bonus of all for Holden customers during the four-day sale is an extension to both factory warranty and roadside assistance periods, with both stretched out to five years instead of three.
“Holden has outperformed the market for nine consecutive months and grown faster than any other top-ten brand this year; we’re continuing to build and sell cars that Aussies love,” Holden’s Philip Brook said.
“But we’re always looking for ways to offer our customers even better value and more compelling deals and that’s exactly what the Four-Day Sale is all about.”
Holden’s Four-Day Sale runs from Friday June 20 until Monday June 23 inclusive in NSW and the ACT, and in the rest of Australia from Wednesday June 18 to Saturday June 21.
Meanwhile, the EOFY sale announced earlier this month continues until June 30.
Not since the onset of the GFC have we seen such deep discounting right across the private buyer new car market in Australia. It even extends to premium manufacturers. Audi and the struggling Infiniti have taken the knife to pricing or offered zero percent financing as the end of financial year approaches.
With monthly sales cooling from the highs of the past two years, and with many dealers still carrying remnant 2012 stock (mostly now registered as 'demonstrator' models), there are strong opportunities for buyers to scoop significant savings before the end of the month.
Dealers, and manufacturers, will be keen to get unsold inventory - mostly the result of an unexpected cooling market and forward orders predicated on 2013 sales - off their 'floor plan' financing; that makes buyers the winners.
Holden is locked in combat with Mazda and Hyundai for the number two spot in overall sales behind Toyota. Last month’s round of VFACTS gave Holden a ‘points decision’, with sales up 8.7 percent over May 2013.
Despite the rampant CX-5 and revitalised new Mazda3, Mazda slipped to fourth spot in overall sales for May, slipping behind Holden and Hyundai with sales down 4.7 percent on the same month last year.
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