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The 2019 Holden Captiva came in the following variants and we’ve recorded 488 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount achieved in 2019 on a new Holden Captiva was about $1,993 or 6.45% off.

Holden Captiva 5 LS (FWD) Price Australia

2019 Holden Captiva 5 LS (FWD)

  • 4 Door Wagon (SUV)
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Manual | 6 Speed Automatic
  • Petrol | Diesel
  • RRP on-road $28,690
  • Typical Discount $4,834 or 14.61%
  • Average Paid 28,261
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Holden Captiva Specifications

  • Holden Captiva Details

    Price Ranges from $ 26,490.00 to $31,690.00
    Body Style Wagon
    Release Date From February 2016 to December 2016
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Eng Scuttle
    Compliance Plate Location Driver Side Inner Guard
    Country of Origin KOREA
    Safety ANCAP Rating Ranges from 0.00 to 5.00
    Number of Doors 4
    Seating Capacity 5
  • Holden Captiva Features

  • Holden Captiva Engine Specifications

    Type MULTI POINT F/INJ / TURBO CDI
    Size From 2231cc (2.2L) to 2384cc (2.4L)
    Power 123kW @ 5600rpm / 135kW @ 3800rpm
    Torque 230Nm @ 4600rpm / 400Nm @ 2000rpm
    Cylinders 4
    Number of Valves 16
    Valves VARIABLE DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM / DUAL OVERHEAD CAM
    Compression Ratio From 10.40 to 16.30
    Bore/stroke 88.00x98.00 / 86.00x96.00
  • Holden Captiva Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Manual / Automatic
    Drive Type FWD
    Steering Type RACK & PINION - POWER ASSISTED
    Turning Circle From 11.87 to 11.90
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 235/65 R17 - 7x17 | 235/60 R17 - 7x17
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 235/65 R17 - 7x17 | 235/60 R17 - 7x17
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / GD / ARB / GDSA / Stabiliser bar
    Rear Suspension Type MLS / CS / GD / ARB / IndQL / Stabiliser bar
  • Holden Captiva Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel
    Fuel Tank Capacity 65.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 4.1L/100km to 4.4L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 8.2L/100km to 8.8L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Holden Captiva Dimensions

    Length From 4,596mm to 4,673mm
    Width 65mm
    Height From 1,717mm to 1,727mm
    Wheelbase 2,707mm
    Front Track 1,569mm
    Rear Track 1,576mm
    Ground Clearance 200mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass -
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Holden Captiva Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 1,500kg to 2,000kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity 750kg

Holden Captiva FAQs

PMC Says...

5.4 / 10
Holden Captiva
The Holden Captiva was always priced aggressively to compete with mid-size SUVs, but now that it has been replaced by the Holden Acadia, there’s even greater value as still-new stock is priced for clearance. Available in either FWD or AWD functionality, Holden has always made it clear this was a car cut out to take part in dual environments. Variants with diesel and petrol V6 motors back this up as well, since both engine options deliver a clean and dynamic rush of power fit for the suburban lifestyle, or light off-roading. The Captiva’s mighty yet athletic design is heightened by its intimidating front grille, but this gives it character and contrasts beautifully to its stylish and polite interior. Securing one of these SUVs before they’re all gone could be one of the best decisions you make, and they’re still covered by Holden’s five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty. When you consider that the Captiva is a seven-seater, this is a rather rare opportunity to pick up a new, large on-road SUV for a song.

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Everything works; nothing has stopped working or fallen off. Around town it is returning 9.3L/100km, Holden claims 8.4L/100km. Towing reduces economy to 11.9–12.3L/100km. The engine temp towing in 40-degree heat is 103°C, normally 93°C. Servicing costs? It came with three years free servicing, and MyLink works very well in Android. The storage spaces are eve...

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