Holden has released a new “ready for Summer” Trio Pack to its entry-level Barina CD hatch, adding three tricks for a $1000 premium.
Available now, the Trio Pack adds Holden’s MyLink infotainment system, a powered sunroof and front foglights.
All up, Holden says the extras are worth $2000 if optioned individually.
The $1000 pack is available exclusively with the entry Barina ‘CD’ trim, which starts at $16,390 for the five-speed manual and $18,590 for the six-speed auto.
As with the regular model, power in the new special is provided by an 85kW/155Nm 1.6 litre petrol four, with fuel use listed at 6.7 to 6.8 l/100km.
The Trio-equipped models are limited to just 450 units.
Sales of the Barina range are flagging this year, with 5060 units moved year-to-date against 7047 for the same period in 2013.
Hyundai’s i20 remains the top-selling model in the segment, its 11,285 year-to-date sales running all over last year’s 9927 for the same period.