Holden releasing Colorado pricing before on sale date

Holden releasing Colorado pricing before on sale date

Holdens is announcing the list of recommended retail pricing for the new Colorado a few days ahead of its official on-sale date of Saturday, September 10.

As the Ranger ute is to Ford, the Colorado pick-up is Holden New Zealand’s top-selling vehicle, so the local distribution arm of General Motors is maintaining the current retail pricing on all 4×2 Colorado variants while 4×4 models see a $1000 increase across the range.

“The value equation offered by Colorado is better than even before, with new standard features equating to thousands of dollars of added enhancements,” says Holden New Zealand, managing director Kristian Aquilina.

Pricing starts at $44,490 for the entry-level double cab LS 4×2 manual model up to $66,990 for the Z71 4×4 automatic model.

The top of the range LTZ and Z71 grade models feature front park assist, forward collision alert, lane departure warning, tyre pressure monitor, power folding exterior mirrors and rain-sensing windscreen wipers.

A suite of 28 all-new genuine accessories for the Colorado takes the total number of accessories available to 77.  Many of these parts were first seen on the Colorado Xtreme Show car when it visited New Zealand in June.

“Colorado buyers personalise their vehicles, so this is the biggest range of genuine accessories we’ve ever launched with a new model,” says Aquilina.

“Genuine accessories have real benefit as they are developed, tested and validated in conjunction with the vehicle programme and are designed to operate together with model-specific safety systems,” he says.

Genuine Holden Accessories available for the Colorado included frontal protection accessories, cargo space and towing accessories and off-road accessories, plus a LED light bar and integrated rear step.

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