- Good levels of equipment.
- Noisy diesel engine.
- Patchy ride.
“The updated 2016 Holden Captiva LTZ diesel is a seven-seat flagship aimed at pleasing families, but is the ageing model still up to the task.” says David Zalstein of Car Advice. David of Drive talks about the Captiva LTZ' price and promo “The top-of-the-line Captiva LTZ is officially priced from $40,490 plus on-road costs in petrol or diesel form, though Holden often has special deals in place to tempt customers into its family SUV. Holden's website currently offers the LTZ with a $3250 discount for on-road costs that makes it just under $42,000 drive-away. But the car was offered for $37,990 with five years of warranty and roadside assistance throughout June, suggesting that there should be a fair bit of wriggle room for buyers in pursuit of a deal.” Do you think the new 2016 Holden Captiva LTZ is the right car for your family?
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