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Still at Your Service

We’re all in this together
We wanted to take a moment to acknowledge that many of you are impacted by the increasing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19.

As the global community responds to the COVID-19 outbreak, please be assured that we are working closely with our Holden dealer network to help ensure that you have the support you need. You can count on us at times like this, especially if you need assistance.

If you have any questions, please contact our Holden Customer Care team at 1800 46 465 336.

2007- 2008 Captiva Diesel Recall
Impacted Model: Model year 2007 and 2008 Holden CG Captivas fitted with 2.0 litre diesel engine

As a precaution, Holden has issued a voluntary safety recall on certain model year 2007 and 2008 Holden CG Captiva vehicles fitted with a 2.0L diesel engine.  Holden has also written three separate letters to owners of thee vehicles explaining the action Holden was taking and what the owner could do.

If you believe you have been denied a remedy by Holden in the past in relation to your model year 2007/2008 Holden CG Captiva vehicle fitted with a 2.0L diesel engine, you did not pursue a warranty claim because of comments made to you by Holden or a Holden dealer, or if you feel that you did not obtain an appropriate resolution to an issue with your vehicle, please contact Holden and your claim will be re-assessed.

You have rights under the Australian Consumer Law that cannot be excluded, modified or restricted by Holden.  If your model year 2007/2008 Holden CG Captiva vehicle fitted with a 2.0L diesel engine has failed to meet a statutory consumer guarantee, you have the rights to remedies under the Australian Consumer Law.  The remedies will depend on whether the failure is a minor or major failure.

A major failure with a vehicle includes when a reasonable consumer would not have bought the vehicle if they had known about the problem.  As series of minor failures with a vehicle can amount to a major failure.  

General Motors has announced the retirement of the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand. To read more on how Holden will continue to support customers click here

CLEARANCE SALE available across a range of Holden vehicles at participating Holden dealers, while stocks last or unless changed. Pricing may vary and is at the discretion of each participating Holden dealer. Clearance pricing is not available with any other offer.