Holden has added cutting-edge technology and luxury appointments to its long wheel base Caprice and Caprice V models and rolled back recommended retail prices by $10,000.
The Caprice range boasts a completely redesigned interior and Holden's new generation advanced technology and is offered in two powertrains.
The range-topping Caprice V benefits from Holden's famous V8 performance with a 6.0-litre engine and is available at an RRP of just $59,990 - tremendous value for a model that epitomizes large car luxury.
Meanwhile, Caprice is powered by Holden's seamless 3.6L LPG V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and has a new RRP of just $54,490. Caprice features new premium leather front seats, new 18 inch alloy wheels and chrome exterior detail.
Caprice features world-class technology including:
Caprice models also boast important new safety and vehicle technology advances including:
Holden Caprice V is powered by the Gen IV 6.0L V8 petrol engine with a six-speed automatic transmission and has a new RRP of just $59,990.
Holden Caprice V features an all-new rear seat entertainment system with remote control, DVD, AUX input and dual channel wireless headphones.
Holden Caprice V also adds the following features over Caprice:
Holden Executive Director of Sales and Marketing, Philip Brook, said Caprice represented exceptional value in the upper large car segment.
"We think we've made a smart investment in our long wheel base models. Caprice has always been an extremely well designed, well-proportioned large car and the all new interior is particularly important to customers in this segment," he said. "Caprice has a smart powertrain combination with the 3.6L LPG offering great fuel economy in a luxurious limousine style package and Caprice V with great V8 performance and family car practicality. Holden has added the features and advanced technology that customers would only expect from prestige brands to Australia's own large luxury car - and we've made Caprice available with an RRP under $60,000 for the first time."