Holden Captiva

Released in 2006, the Holden Captiva is currently one of the most well-respected crossover SUVs in New Zealand and Australia. These smaller SUVs are ideal for consumers who are interested in vehicles that combine the power of trucks with the styling and efficiency of regular cars. The Australian SUV market was well poised to embrace the stylish simplicity of the Holden Captiva. Leading automotive commentators have succeeded in nearly elevating the Captiva brand to the status of legend. Now Samoa and much of Oceania are in line with Australian economic principles, it can only be expected that the Captiva will maintain its regional prestige.

Manufactured by General Motors, the Captiva comes in two similar versions which are nearly identical to the Chevrolet Captiva and the Opel Antara. The Captiva has an impressive list of standard features, including electronic stability control, anti-locking brakes and dual airbags. In safety tests perfromed by Euro NCAP, this vehicle has received an outstanding four out of five rating. Options for this vehicle include an all-wheel drive system. The standard Captiva features a front-wheel system. The Captiva is also known for its roominess and storage capacity. Although not flashy, this diverse vehicle has all the features necessary to meet most personal and business applications.

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