March 18, 2020

2016 Update for Holden Captiva

2016 Holden Captiva

Holden Captiva SUV gets new looks and updated features for 2016.

2016 Update for Holden Captiva - the new Captiva will land in Holden dealerships in January.

It’s a good value and popular offering among Australian SUV buyers and now the Holden Captiva is getting a styling and technology upgrade for 2016.

Externally, Holden has given the Captiva 5 and Captiva 7 a new front face, comprising reworked grille, front fascia and LED Daytime Running Lamp. Inside the cabin Captiva buyers in 2016 will now get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity as standard as part of a new infotainment system.

Holden Captiva sports a new infotainment system and refreshed looks for 2016.

ISOFIX child seat compatibility and Park Assist now feature in the Captiva too, while Holden is also giving the top of the range Captiva LTZ some new safety features - Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert as standard.

Peter Keley is Holden’s Executive Director of Sales, he’s told Behind the Wheel Car News that the improvements are all about making the 2016 Holden Captiva range even better value for money for Aussie families.

“Captiva is a practical and flexible SUV, designed for families on the go that need the space but also want to look good and enjoy their road trips,”

“Captiva’s new front grille and fascia give the car a strong presence on the road and the new body coloured cladding combined with LTZ’s 19-inch wheels give it a modern, clean look.

“Inside the car, Captiva’s new infotainment system has been designed to fit seamlessly into customers’ busy lives, keeping them connected at all times.”

2016 Update for Holden Captiva - the Captiva cabin features a new infotainment system and ISOFIX child restraints.

The Holden Captiva 5 is priced from $26,490, the seven-seat Captiva 7 is available from $30,490.

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