Holden have taken wraps of the new Captiva Active special edition. As you know, General Motors sells their models under different names in different parts of the world. If Europe gets Opel and Vauxhall (UK), in Australia they offer their cars under the Holden moniker.
This time, the Captiva crossover has received an interesting edition that adds plenty of improvements. At the exterior, the new Holden Captiva Active, which is based on the 7 LS version, has 18-inch alloy wheels, new roof rails and fog lights.
If the exterior tweaks are not satisfying you enough, the interior improvements will certainly boost your comfort. We talk about an 8-way power driver seat, 7-inch colour touchscreen, rear view camera, leather upholstery and a sunroof.
“Captiva Active combined a raft of great features with seven seat practicality whilst maintaining outstanding customer value,” said the officials at Holden.
The standard Holden Captiva 7 LS has a starting price of $29,990 AUD while the Captiva Active edition kicks off at $31,990 AUD. We talk about a difference of exactly $2,000 AUD. If you try to add the extra equipment on top of the 7 LS version, you might get a bigger price tag, therefore, this special model might be a quite good deal.