Holden Barina ?Trio? Pack? Adds MyLink, Sunroof For Summer Sales Photo:
Mike Stevens | Oct, 22 2014 | 4 Comments

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.

The outgoing Mazda2, to be replaced next month, is holding down second place with 10,143 YTD sales (higher in 2013 with 12,125), while the Yaris runs a close third on 9458 YTD (10,942 in 2013).

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