The same car was also called the Chevrolet Captiva or the Opel Antara on different markets.
The Captiva model comes in two gasoline engine versions, one with a displacement of 2.4 liters developing 167 hp (either connected with a 5-Speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed automatic gearbox) and a 3.0-liter with 190 hp and one diesel version of 2.2-liter with 136 hp. The customers can choose from two available driving options, front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive.
The new revised design of the Holden Captiva is defined by a sense of practicality with style, through the new front grille, LED Daytime Running Lamps and new front fascia. All of them create a fresh appeal for the Captiva model.
Amongst a range of other updates, the car benefits from the latest automotive technology upgrades and safety features, like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert, Park Assist, and ISOFIX child seat compatibility.
The new Holden Captiva comes with a 7-inch color touch screen, steering wheel controls and voice command technology, which are meant to facilitate more effortless driving for its customers. The car is available with both five and seven-seat options and with the Lifetime Capped Price Service program, customers can enjoy stress-free utilization.