GM Holden continues its anniversary celebrations by introducing the Captiva 60th Anniversary Special Edition including a rear view camera, adding even greater safety and value to an already impressive list of standard features.
GM Holden’s Director of Marketing, Philip Brook, said the special edition was a great way to celebrate the success of the recently introduced model.
”This Special Edition is a perfect example of Holden’s commitment to safety and value which will continue throughout this year.
An already exceptional product has just got even better with the addition of a number of significant features including a rear view camera enhancing safety for both passengers and pedestrians,” said Mr Brook.
Based on the Captiva LX with standard features such as AWD, Electronic Stability Program (ESP®), curtain airbags and seven seats, the Captiva 60th Anniversary Special Edition includes the following features:
Holden will showcase two new turbo diesel powered vehicles and the new mid-size sedan Epica at the 2007 Melbourne International Motor Show, starting tomorrow. Captiva Diesel will make its Australian debut, powered by a 2.0-litre common rail turbo diesel engine that produces 147 hp at 4000rpm and 236 lbs-ft of peak torque at 2000rpm.
Holden today launched its all new Captiva sports utility vehicle range, priced from $35,990 to achieve maximum impact in the local SUV market.
The new Captiva, Holden’s first modern SUV-style offering in Australia, is closest in exterior dimensions to the BMW X5 and offers five or seven-seat capacity depending on model.