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2014 Holden Captiva prices slashed by up to $2500

January 21, 2014

Holden has announced a 2014 model update for the Captiva 5 and Captiva 7 SUVs, with reduced prices across the board, freshened up styling, and some equipment tweaks making it the best value Captiva yet.

2014 Holden Captiva

Starting with the visual changes, the 2014 Captiva 7 gets a redesigned front fascia and grille layout along with a new fascia at the back with restyled chrome exhaust tips and LED taillights. All Captiva 7 models also come with a sensor key with push-button start.

2014 Holden Captiva interior

Nameplate structuring has been changed, with the previous SX, CX, and LX becoming the LS, LT, LTZ. The LT and LTZ Captiva 7 variants come with new side steps and updated 18-inch alloy wheels, while the 2014 Captiva 5 LTZ comes with chrome door handles and the LT also gets new 18-inch alloys.

The biggest change for the model update is the pricing. Holden has slashed prices by up to $2500 for some variants. See below for the full list, including the differences (excluding on-road costs):

2014 Holden Captiva 5

Model

MY13

MY14

RRP

RRP

Variance

LT 4cyl petrol MT

$27,990

$25,990

-$2,000

LT 4cyl petrol AT

$29,990

$28,190

-$1,800

LT diesel AWD AT

$33,990

$32,190

-$1,800

LTZ 4cyl petrol AT

$32,990

$31,190

-$1,800

LTZ diesel AWD AT

$36,990

$35,190

-$1,800

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Holden Captiva 7

Model

MY13

MY14

RRP

RRP

Variance

LS 4cyl petrol AT

$32,490

$29,990

-$2,500

LS diesel AT

$35,490

$32,990

-$2,500

LT V6 petrol AWD AT

$38,490

$35,990

-$2,500

LT diesel AWD AT

$39,490

$36,990

-$2,500

LTZ  V6 petrol AWD AT

$42,490

$39,990

-$2,500

LTZ  diesel AWD AT

$43,490

$40,990

-$2,500

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice.com.au. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.