The value-added models feature appearance and practicality upgrades, with a range of style-focussed additions.
Starting with the Trax Active, Hoilden’s Compact SUV gains 17-inch alloy wheels, roof racks, chrome exterior door handles, a powered sunroof, and Active badging on top of the standard Trax LS.
The Trax Active is powered by a 1.8 litre four-cylinder engine from the Trax LS, and also comes standard with a 7.0-inch MyLink touchscreen display. The Trax Active is priced from $23,990 driveaway.
Moving up in size and scale, the family-freighting Colorado 7 Trailblazer builds on the features list of the Colorado 7 LTZ with newly designed alloy wheels, a rear roof spoiler, black bonnet protector, and masked headlight borrowed from the Colorado Z71 ute.
Carpet floor mats come standard and the exterior wears Trailblazer badges on the rear and sides - utilising the Colorado 7’s overseas nameplate for the Aussie limited edition.Colorado 7 Trailblazer pricing starts from $48,990 driveaway.
The final special edition sees the return of the Storm name to the Colorado ute, from $51,490 plus on-roads, ($500 above the regular Colorado LTZ Crew Cab) the Colorado Storm (top of page) includes new 18-inch alloy wheels, a black nudge bar, sports bar, and bonnet protector, storm badges and carpet floor mats.
“Australians see their car as a supporting asset to their lives so we have designed our sales and new products to ensure we cater for a range of different life stages and lifestyles,” said Geraldine Davys, Holden’s executive director of marketing.
Overseas Holden’s GM counterpart, Chevrolet, has already revealed an update for the Trax, with concept precursors to Trailblazer and Colorado recently unveiled, so this latest round of special edition models should help clear stocks before the fresh-faced versions arrive.
Available from Holden dealers nationally, the Trax Active, Colorado 7 Trailblazer, and Colorado Storm will go on sale mid-April.
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