New 2016 Captiva pictures here. (Chevrolet version)
You Tube video here:
Last edited by Old Salesman; 11-18-2015 at 08:50 PM.
That's quite a decent upgrade to the centre stack, looks really good and much more modern and contemporary. Still a handsome looker after all these years.
Last edited by kts350; 11-19-2015 at 04:28 PM.
Is it time we had optional sizes for seats, perhaps for the driver? I am sure the 2metre tall people have trouble with seats as do the 'wide bodied' people.
I don't know why I was expecting the new Captiva to look closer to the new Envision.
Now or never, GM. Give Holden good RHD cars, or give Holden to someone who will.
(Not sure if this means they have moved from under the front seats or not.)
"Other features include HVAC outlets for second-row occupants and three-row flexibility with the capability of accommodating up to seven people comfortably while providing 930 liters of cargo space, all packaged in an expressively stylish and contemporary yet rugged and robust SUV package."
Full press release here:
Last edited by Old Salesman; 11-22-2015 at 08:13 PM.
New info about Captiva out today, dont like the front end and neither does my wife, she recons ours looks better the chevy split grille does nothing for me, neither does the body coloured moldings on the side I like that ours are black.
The centre stack looks good with the new touch screen and I dont mind the look of the steering wheel, just another up date on a tired platform that should been replaced instead of a make over.
Shows that if you want to see what a future Holden will look like, just look at the chevy version and ours will look the same with just a Holden badge on it.
Interestingly the 2016 Chevrolet Captiva in Thailand is showing side air vents in the 3rd row of seats. I hope that makes it to oz.
New Cruze sedan going to be sold alongside the new Astra Hatch in the future.
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