Holden’s dream ute just became a reality. Enter the Colorado Z71 Xtreme, Holden Colorado’s newest edition, based on the celebrated Colorado Xtreme concept vehicle, first unveiled at the Bangkok International Motor Show in 2016.
Designed and built by Holden’s talented Port Melbourne-based design team, the Colorado Xtreme showcased a wide range of concept accessories that captured customers’ imagination; accessories that have now inspired the new vehicle.
Holden’s Colorado Z71 Xtreme’s tough exterior loaded with accessories is matched by its off-road capability, ready to take on any terrain or driving conditions.
To help tackle all types of activity, the Colorado Z71 Xtreme, based on the top of the range Colorado Z71, adds a best-in-class winch system equipped with a heavy-duty bash plate, as well as 10,000 lb load capacity and a 30m synthetic line.
Colorado Z71 Xtreme’s high visibility LED light bar, combined with a winch bar, upgraded front suspension, all terrain tyres and vehicle recovery kit, add to its go anywhere capability, day or night.
Holden’s tough, limited-edition ute also boasts a long list of concept vehicle inspired genuine accessories, designed and developed in Australia.
“The top end of LCV market continues to develop, and we’re seeing a growing number of customers demanding greater off-road capability,” said Holden’s Product Marketing Manager, Andre Scott.
“The Colorado Xtreme was a concept car that resonated with our customers, and to not only put it into production, but elevate it, is very exciting,” said Holden’s Product Marketing Manager, Andre Scott.
“As a base vehicle, Colorado Z71 is already very capable, so we’ve expanded our Genuine Accessories range for additional off-road capability. Cue the Holden Winch system, the Xtreme’s hero accessory, which is a game-changer.”
“Backed up with a long list of accessories, customers can have confidence that their ute will not only look rugged but will be able to perform in the harshest of environments,” he said.
Equipped with a big 2.8 litre Duramax Turbo Diesel engine, 500Nm of torque* and a 3.5 tonne towing capacity, the Colorado Z71 Xtreme boasts the same impressive credentials of the Colorado Z71, with a new-look tough exterior and upgraded off road capability to match.
Colorado Z71 Xtreme comes loaded with value, priced at $69,990 driveaway, which includes over $19,000 of Genuine Holden Accessories. The Colorado Xtreme Z71 will be available at Holden dealers from 1 October 2018. Vehicles are exceptionally limited, so customers are encouraged to contact or visit their local dealer to register their interest to avoid disappointment.
Colorado Z71 Xtreme Crew Cab Pickup includes the following additional content to a Z71:
Winch Bar with integrated winch
LED Light Bar
Vehicle Recovery Kit
Complete Towing Package
Roof Tray Kit
Rear Steel Step
Suspension Kit (Front)
Colorado branding on tailgate
Xtreme branding decal
Black Tubular Side Steps Package
Soft Tonneau cover
18" Goodyear All Terrain Tyres Wrangler 265/60R18
Black extended sports bar
Holden has announced a new addition to the Colorado range with the 2018 Colorado LSX set to go on sale across Australia from mid-March.
First introduced in 2015, Colorado LSX connected with customers thanks to its stylish additions to its already capable and well-appointed donor model, Colorado LS.
Adding to Colorado’s already impressive list of features including a 3.5 tonne towing capacity, impressive payload and ‘shift-on-the-fly’ 4WD, LSX boasts an additional level of the popular, black-out inspired styling. LSX adds 18-inch black alloy wheels, matte black extended sports bar with ‘Colorado’ branded plate inserts, and black front grille.
Elsewhere, there’s muscular black fender flares, soft tonneau cover and an unmistakable ‘Colorado’ branded rear decal.
“We know a lot of our Colorado customers want to make their truck standout from the crowd and accesories are a great way to do that,” said Holden’s Executive Director – Marketing, Mark Harland. “Colorado LSX combines some of our most striking and impactful accessories - inspired by the 2016 Colorado Xtreme concept car – while maintaining exceptional customer value.”
Colorado LSX 4x4 starts at just $44,990 driveaway* and is available from Holden dealers from 12 March 2018. With just 800 Crew Cab Pickups and 200 Crew Cab Chassis vehicles available, customers are encouraged to visit their local Holden dealer early to avoid disappointment. Additionally, all Colorado LSX models purchased before 31 March 2018 will be eligible for three years free scheduled servicing, five year warranty and five years roadside assist.
Colorado LSX Crew Cab Pickup includes the following content:
- 18-inch black alloy wheels (x4)
- All terrain tyres
- Fender flares – black
- Black grille
- Extended sports bar – matte black
- ‘Colorado’ branded sports bar plate – matte black
- Extended sports bar soft tonneau
- Rear ‘Colorado’ decal
Colorado LSX Crew Cab Chassis includes the following content:
- 18-inch black alloy wheels (x4)
- All terrain tyres
- Fender flares – black
- Genuine Holden Tray - heavy duty aluminium
Pricing - driveaway:
- Colorado LSX Crew Cab Pickup (MT)* $44,990
Pricing - RRP
- Colorado LSX Crew Cab Pickup (MT)* $51,945
- Colorado LSX Crew Cab Chassis (MT)* $50,055
*Manual price - Auto attracts $2,200 premium.
Holden’s Australian engineers have steered significant engineering and development changes on the new and improved, high-tech 2017 Colorado. Fresh from its recent public reveal, the 2017 Holden Colorado is set to go on sale from early September, with Holden engineers confident the new vehicle will more than handle Australia’s distinctive driving conditions and customer requirements.
“The variety of roads in Australia and the variety of ways in which Australians use trucks means the 2017 Colorado has to be versatile enough to handle everything thrown at it,” said Holden’s Lead Development Engineer, Amelinda Watt. “We know customers like to drive their Colorado off-road or on unsealed roads, but we also know they spend a lot of time on the bitumen. We’ve focused on improving refinement and driveability with a range of chassis changes, including electric power steering as well as engine and transmission noise and vibration refinements.
“We’ve also had the benefit of international experience, as the Colorado program was a co-development project between GM Brazil, GM Thailand and Holden – a great example of the type of engineering work Holden will be responsible for in the future.”
International Engineering Collaboration
With significant input and involvement from the outset of the 2017 Colorado program, Holden engineers were able to drive change into the popular truck, based on Australian customer feedback and expectations. In collaboration with Colorado’s GM Brazil Homeroom and GM Thailand Manufacturing facility, Holden engineers shared their expertise with international colleagues throughout the development of the product.
Holden engineers participated in numerous development activities and drive events in Brazil in addition to completing critical local testing at Holden’s Lang Lang Proving Ground and on public roads around Victoria. The final development drive for the Colorado program, known internally as the ‘100 per cent Buy-off ride’, was managed by Holden in Australia and tackled a variety of terrain. Combined with an extensive Captured Test Fleet program, local testing accumulated more than 100,000 km on inner-city and suburban roads, rural country roads and 4x4 tracks in state forests.
“Being involved from the start of Colorado’s development has given us the opportunity to ensure we have been able to address customer feedback,” Watt said. “It’s also been beneficial to hold the final development drive in Australia and have colleagues from Brazil ,Thailand, India, USA and Europe visit and see first-hand the type of terrain our customers drive on.”
Improved Driveability (Chassis Changes)
As the 4x4 Crew Cab truck segment continues to increase each year (doubled since 2006), it’s clear customers are using their Colorado for much more than simply hauling the tools to work. They need their truck to be versatile and easy enough to drive every day.
Co-developed with the GM Brazil team, Colorado’s Electric Power Steering (EPS) delivers a more responsive feel, giving the driver increased confidence. A revised, steering calibration in combination with a faster steering rack (going from 41mm/rev to 48mm/rev), and the number of turns lock-to-lock lowered (3.9 to 3.29) delivers a car-like feel and a more precise response.
Major changes to Colorado’s suspension, co-developed by Holden with GM Brazil, delivers improved body control and ride isolation. The changes include the introduction of digressive front and rear shocks, an increase in size of the front stabiliser bar (29/31mm to 34mm) and revised spring rates.
Other key developments in Colorado’s chassis include a revised set of engine, transmission and body mounts to provide a more refined and composed ride, in addition to a new final drive ratio (only in Australia) on manual transmission Colorado which will improve drive quality, particularly while towing.
The key to Holden engineers achieving improvements to powertrain noise and vibration in the 2017 Colorado is the introduction of a Centrifugal Pendulum Absorber (CPA) torque converter. Watt said: “CPA torque converters are more commonly found in premium diesel passenger cars, its introduction is a first for the truck segment in Australia which is exciting.
“The CPA torque converter helps reduce engine noise and vibration by cancelling out torsional vibrations in the driveline normally felt in the cabin. The added benefit to the CPA is the ability to apply a revised transmission calibration strategy with results in driveability and fuel economy improvements.”
Additionally, Colorado’s relocated balance shaft, along with a new engine acoustic pack and wind noise package, ensures a quieter and more comfortable driving environment.
Active and passive safety
The 2017 Colorado has been developed to the highest safety standards with additional active and passive safety features ensuring Colorado is not only one of the most high-tech vehicles in Australia, but also one of the safest. For slow speed reversing manoeuvres, a rear-view camera is available as standard across the range*. Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning accompany Front and Rear Park Assist and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System to provide a comprehensive active safety package**.
An upgrade in passive safety features includes key structural improvements in addition to a new driver’s knee airbag, which takes Colorado’s total airbag count to seven.
Notable engineering features on the 2017 Colorado include:
2.8L Duramax Diesel Engine
- Iron cylinder block and aluminium DOHC cylinder head
- 147kW power and 500Nm torque (auto) / 440Nm torque (manual)
- New MyLink infotainment system with Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto…
- New 7” and 8” colour touchscreens with Bluetooth streaming, voice recognition (via Apple CarPlay® or Android® Auto) and Digital (DAB+) radio as standard
- Embedded Satellite Navigation and Voice Recognition**
Key Chassis Changes
- Electric Power Steering (EPS)
- All new chassis tune
- Revised Traction and Stability Control, including Hill Descent Control
- All-new engine and transmission mounts
- Introduction of shear body mounts
- New tyres
- New final drive ratio on Manual Transmission
Key Noise and Vibration Changes
- Centrifugal Pendulum Absorber (CPA) torque converter
- Balance shaft relocation
- Engine acoustic pack
- Injector Insulator
- Metal timing cover
- Oil pan insulator
- Wind noise package
* All pickup body styles. Rear view camera is available as an accessory option on cab chassis models.
** On selected models… Apple CarPlay is a registered trade mark of Apple Inc. Android is a registered trade mark of Google Inc.
The new 2017 Holden Colorado made its public debut at ANZ stadium as the QLD Maroons battled the NSW Blues in the final game of the 2016 State of Origin series. The redesigned Colorado was introduced with fresh styling, an extended range of accessories and a raft of high-tech additions from advanced connectivity to active safety features.
Holden’s Executive Director - Sales, Peter Keley, said the redesigned Colorado is a key vehicle in Holden’s future product portfolio and its progressive new styling, improved driveability and leading technology content are sure to be a hit with customers.
“Colorado has resonated well with customers in a segment that has almost doubled in sales in the last ten years, and we’re confident the new 2017 Colorado will build on this and redefine customer expectations of what a truck can be,” Keley said.
“Not only does it come with fresh new styling, it also offers car-like refinement, ride and handling as well as vehicle technologies unique to this segment including Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto connectivity.
“Colorado is also the only vehicle in the 4x4 utility vehicle segment to offer remote window activation – a feature we expect to be popular with customers in hot climate parts of Australia.”
The 2017 Colorado retains the same assured off-road capability of its predecessor, but adds impressive on-road refinement and a go-anywhere spirit driven by advanced technology.
Colorado’s technology offering also provides notable safety enhancements, including a new forward facing camera with active safety features such as Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning.* For low speed manoeuvres, drivers are assisted by front and rear park assist on selected vehicles and rear view camera across the range.
Inside its slick new interior, Colorado boasts a new Holden MyLink infotainment system equipped with Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto connectivity… delivered through a colour touchscreen housed in the vehicle’s centre stack. When coupled with Digital (DAB+) radio, embedded satellite navigation and voice recognition*, Colorado’s infotainment offering stands second to none.
Largest range of Colorado Genuine Accessories ever
The new range of Colorado Genuine Accessories represents the largest vehicle line accessory range Holden has ever produced, further enhancing Colorado’s new design and practicality.
Holden Engineering Manager – Accessories, Joseph Basile, said the extended range of accessories available on the 2017 Colorado was directly inspired by the Colorado Xtreme show truck and would better allow customers to tailor their vehicle to their specific lifestyle.
“When we revealed the Colorado Xtreme show truck back in March, we received overwhelmingly positive feedback, and that has driven us to make sure we included as many of the concept accessories as we could, into the final Colorado program,” Basile said.
“In the coming months, the 2017 Colorado will deliver a plethora of all-new accessories to its range including a safari bar, fender flares, LED driving lights, 18-inch wheels and all-terrain tyres, so we’re confident there’s something for everybody.”
With a striking new design, range of high-tech features and refined driving manners from the talented Holden engineers, the 2017 Colorado will be available at Holden dealers nationwide from 01 September 2016.
Notable features on the 2017 Colorado include:
- Rear View Camera standard across the Entire Range
- Forward Collision Alert*
- Lane Departure Warning*
- Front Park Assist*
- New MyLink infotainment system with Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto …
- New 7” and 8” colour touchscreens with Bluetooth streaming, voice recognition (via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto) and Digital (DAB+) radio as standard
- Embedded Satellite Navigation and Voice Recognition*
- Colorado Xtreme Show Truck inspired range – largest Colorado range ever
- Bullbars, Safari Bar, Bash Plates, Extended Rail Sports Bars, Steel Rear Step, Tubular steel Side Steps, LED driving lights, Fender Flares, Nudge Bar, Snorkel, 18in Wheels and all terrain tyres.
… Requires compatible device, Data rates may apply. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a registered trademark of Google Inc.
* Available on selected models only
Holden has announced a new addition to the Colorado range with the 2016 Colorado LS-X set to go on sale across Australia from May. First introduced last year, LS-X adds another dimension to the popular LS on which it is based, adding both practicality and style to an already capable truck.
Adding to Colorado’s already impressive list of features including a 3.5 tonne towing capacity, impressive payload and ‘shift-on-the-fly’ 4WD, LS-X brings additional style and practicality through the inclusion of 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights and an alloy sports bar. Also adding to the cars aesthetic appeal, the Colorado LS-X includes a Colorado branded smoked bonnet protector and unique LS-X badging.
Completing the list of upgrades is interior carpet flooring, giving the truck a more premium feel which, when combined with the already available Holden MyLink infotainment system and seven-inch colour touch screen, ensures excellent customer value for money. Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley, said Colorado LS-X added a range of features making an already very capable Colorado even more stylish and appealing.
“Colorado is a very tough and accomplished vehicle and now, with the additional LS-X features and an attractive driveaway price of just $37,990*, it ensures Holden continues to provide exceptional value for money,” said Keley. “Additionally with our End of Financial Year Offers, this is an excellent time for customers to visit their local Holden dealer.”
Colorado LS-X will be available from Holden dealers from May.
Colorado LS-X includes the following content:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Front fog lights
- Alloy Sports Bar
- Colorado branded bonnet protector (smoked)
- Unique LS-X badge
- Carpet flooring
Colorado LS-X is priced at $37,990* driveaway including free automatic transmission plus three years free servicing.
*Max. sale price on Colorado LS-X 4x4 Crew Cab Pick Up manual or automatic sold and delivered by 31/05/16 unless extended, changed or while stocks last at participating Holden Dealers. Driveaway pricing includes Dealer delivery, stamp duty, 12 months registration and CTP insurance. Excludes prestige paint. Private or ABN buyers only. Not available with other offers. Up to four standard scheduled services (as specified in the Service Warranty Booklet) for the first three years or 60,000km, whichever comes first. Must service within 3,000kms or 90 days of scheduled service date, whichever occurs first. Factory bonus redeemed at point of sale. ^MyLink for compatible phones only.
The redesigned 2017 Chevrolet Colorado has made its public debut in Brazil, giving Australians an indication of what’s on the horizon for the popular Holden Colorado later this year. Following the Bangkok reveal of the GM Australia built Colorado Xtreme show vehicle, the redesigned 2017 Colorado is introduced with fresh styling, increased technology and an extended range of accessories inspired by the show vehicle.
Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley, said the redesigned Colorado promised greater refinement, new advanced connectivity and safety features, along with distinctive new styling.
“The Chevrolet Colorado revealed by our Brazilian colleagues is the result of ongoing work between Holden and Chevrolet Brazil and a clear indication of where the Holden Colorado is heading,” Keley said. “With significant local engineering, this vehicle will be the most refined Colorado ever while maintaining all of the capability of the current model. When combined with a new design that balances elegance and strength, it will perfectly bridge the gap between weekday workhorse and weekend explorer.
“It will also follow the lead set by Spark, Captiva and Insignia VXR, boasting advanced technology features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in a new Holden MyLink infotainment system.”
Tough and Refined Design
The 2017 Colorado has been designed with a tough, yet refined appearance. Its lines are more angular and purposeful, a nod to its American-truck DNA, giving it strong proportions to ensure it looks robust and tough, reflecting its serious off road capability.
The redesigned Colorado adopts a global design language that communicates power, strength and prestige. Sculptural artistry and precision are emphasised by a distinctive, sporty front fascia, combined with an extended slim line grille and more muscular bonnet that give the vehicle a tough, strong stance. Colorado’s expressive new look combined with new slim LED daytime running lamps give it an unmistakable road presence and ensure it will stand out from the crowd.
Colorado’s interior introduces an element of prestige to its rugged design, with a full styling makeover that focuses on comfort, spaciousness, refinement and technology. Designed with the driver and passenger in mind the new-look dash and seat trims elevate the premium feel of the vehicle, while the redesigned center console boasts an easy to use, intuitive layout featuring an eight inch color touchscreen and houses the latest MyLink infotainment system, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Soft touch sophisticated materials, fabrics and finishes are used throughout the truck ensuring it is as comfortable as it is capable. Thoughtful use of materials ensure they are durable while enhancing occupant comfort, while new trim inserts feature tailored stitching that creates a whole new level of refinement.
Further enhancing Colorado’s striking design and ‘go anywhere’ character is a wide range of genuine Holden accessories inspired by the recently showcased Colorado Xtreme show truck. Positive feedback to the truck, revealed at the 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show, means as much as 70 per cent of the truck’s accessories will be made for the 2017 Colorado.
Customers with a desire to personalize their vehicle will be able to choose from popular additions including safari bar, sports bar and optional alloy wheels, allowing customers to effectively recreate the well-received show car.
Whilst Australian Colorado customers are attracted by a stylish, tough vehicle design, they demand it to be able to perform exceptionally well dynamically. Armed with customer feedback of the current Colorado, Holden engineers collaborated with international colleagues to ensure they were able to give Colorado a more refined, comfortable drive without losing any of the capable, tough characteristics it is known for.
Holden’s Vehicle Development Manager, Jeremy Tassone, said the 2017 Colorado was developed with key Australian engineering input to ensure the vehicle would meet the needs of a range of customers in different markets.
“Colorado customers use the vehicle for different purposes depending on the market,” said Tassone. “Australian customers demand quality from their vehicle in every area, regardless of whether it’s being used as the weekday workhorse or for weekend surf trips. We’ve worked hard to make sure we have engineered greater refinement without losing any of Colorado’s tough characteristics, off-road capability and impressive towing capacity.”
With a striking new design, advanced connectivity features and refined driving characteristics, the new and improved 2017 Colorado will go on sale in Australia later this year.
*Requires compatible device, Data rates may apply. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a registered trademark of Google Inc.
Holden has announced a new Limited Edition upgrade to the popular Colorado LS 4x4 Crew Cab pick-up with the Colorado LS-X arriving in dealerships from mid-October. Packed with a variety of popular features, Colorado LS-X adds style and practicality to the tough and capable Colorado LS 4x4 Crew Cab pick-up upon which it is based. Already boasting 3.5 tonne towing capacity, impressive payload and ‘shift-on-the-fly’ 4WD, Colorado LS-X adds practical features including 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps and an alloy sports bar. Adding to the aesthetic appeal of the car is a Colorado branded smoked bonnet protector and unique LS-X badging.
Rounding off the list of upgrades is interior carpet flooring, giving the truck a more premium feel which, when combined with the already available Holden MyLink infotainment system and seven-inch colour touch screen, ensures excellent customer value for money. Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley, said Colorado LS-X added a selection of popular styling features to the already very capable and rugged Colorado LS, ensuring Holden continued to provide value for money to customers.
“The Colorado LS pick-up is a very tough and capable truck and now with these additional features Colorado LS-X it is as equally eye-catching,” said Keley. “We are committed and focused on ensuring our customers get exceptional value for money and Colorado LS-X demonstrates this perfectly, boasting over $1,000 of savings on accessories as a group. Additionally with our Lifetime Capped Price Servicing and free scheduled services until 2020*, this is an excellent time for customers to visit their local Holden dealer.”
Colorado LS-X 4x4 Crew Cab pick-up will be available from Holden dealers in mid-October and with a Limited Edition run of only 750, customers are encouraged to visit sooner rather than later. Colorado LS-X is priced at $1,000 above the Colorado LS 4x4 Crew Cab pick-up upon which it’s based and includes the following content:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Front fog lamps
- Alloy Sports Bar
- Colorado branded bonnet protector (smoked)
- Unique LS-X badge
- Carpet flooring
Colorado LS-X 4x4 Crew Cab pick-up is priced at:
- Manual $46,490 RPP (inc GST)
- Auto $48,690 RRP (inc GST)
*Free offer terms: limited to up to 5 standard scheduled services for 45 months/75,000kms, whichever occurs first. Excludes MY16 Commodore. For full T&C’s, please visit holden.com.au. Offer valid until 31 October 2015.
Holden has announced a new hero at the top of the popular Colorado pick-up range with the Colorado Z71 arriving in Holden Dealerships nationwide at the beginning of July. Based off the MY16 Colorado LTZ 4x4 Crew-Cab pick-up, Colorado Z71 adds a long list of impressive content, providing even more style to the versatile and rugged utility vehicle. Already boasting 3.5 tonne towing capacity, impressive payload and ‘shift-on-the-fly’ 4WD, Colorado Z71 adds key exterior upgrades in the form of 18-inch Arsenal Grey (gun metal) alloy wheels, sail plane and styled nudge bar, as well as a selection of black design content.
Inside, Colorado Z71 adds heated front, leather appointed seats, to an interior already equipped with rear view camera, acoustic package and Holden’s Mylink infotainment system with seven-inch colour touch screen, as standard. Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley said Colorado Z71’s pedigree promised impressive performance whilst its updated looks and passenger comfort made it an accomplished day-to-day drive. “Drivers are increasingly using trucks to facilitate an active lifestyle, whether it’s surfing or snowboarding, and looking good is important to them,” said Keley.
“Z71 adds an impressive range of features to the Colorado truck, not least the exterior black components and leather-appointed seats that combine to give a more aggressive look and comfortable ride.” Consumers will be able to have a first look at the Colorado Z71 at game two of the Holden State of Origin Series at the MCG on 17 June, alongside the Holden Colorado virtual reality adventure ride.
Colorado Z71 goes on sale at the end of June and includes the following content:
- 18” Arsenal Grey Metallic alloy wheels (x5)
- Sail plane with Z71 graphic (body coloured)
- Leather appointed seats (heated front)
- Styled nudge bar
- Headlamps with dark chrome mask
- Gloss black mirror scalps and B-Pillars
- Gloss black tailgate handle
- Black door handles Black rear step trim
- Z71 decal on tailgate
- Black body side door mouldings
- Black hood with Z71 graphic
- Streamline Soft tonneau – (hard tonneau optional)
- Roof rails
Colorado Z71 is available in the following colours:
- Summit White
- Sizzle Red
- Black Sapphire*
- Satin Steel Grey*
- Orange Rock*
Colorado Z71 recommended retail price (RRP) is a $4,000 premium over the MY16 Colorado LTZ 4x4 Crew-Cab pick-up on which it is based.
- Manual $54,990 (inc GST)
- Auto $57,190 (inc GST)
* Prestige paint at $550 premium
Holden has announced the return of the popular ‘Storm’ Special Edition on the tough yet versatile, Colorado Pickup. The updated Colorado ‘Storm’ will be available on 4x4 LTZ Crew Cab Pickup variants only and promises customers a more premium experience. In addition to an already improved 2015 LTZ interior, ‘Storm’ offers leather appointed seats, heated front seats and front and rear carpet floor mats. The already imposing exterior design is given an even more sporty appearance with black nudge bar, black sports bar and a ‘Storm’ branded bonnet protector. The features combine with Colorado’s impressive, unbeaten 3,500kg towing capability and the award winning MyLink infotainment system to provide a compelling offer.
Holden’s Executive Director of Marketing, Bill Mott said the Colorado Storm recognised that people are increasingly choosing Colorado to support their lifestyle and stand out from the crowd. “Colorado Storm is a great balance between a capable 4x4 Pickup and a vehicle that looks striking on the road,” Mott said. “With this Special Edition, customers have the opportunity to save over $2,500 off the RRP, once again underlining the great value for money that Holden is renowned for.” The Colorado Storm will go on sale in dealers in mid-February.
Storm Special Edition - $1,000 premium over 4x4 LTZ Crew Cab Pickup
- Leather appointed Seats (heated front)
- Black Nudge Bar
- Black Sports Bar
- Storm branded Bonnet Protector
- Storm badges
- Carpet Floor Mats
- Summit White
- Black Sapphire*
- Satin Steel Grey*
- Orange Rock*
* Prestige paint - $550 option