The redesigned Colorado, which will be launched at tonight’s NRL State of Origin match in Sydney, has fresh exterior and interior styling, an extended range of accessories and high-tech additions including advanced connectivity to active safety measures.
Among the new safety options, available across selected models, are a new forward facing camera, forward collision alert and lane departure warning.
Holden says the Thai-built 2017 Colorado will retain the same off-road capability of its predecessor but with refined on-road handling.
The redesigned interior will feature a new Holden MyLink infotainment system equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity as well as digital radio, embedded satellite navigation and voice recognition.
Holden’s Executive Director - Sales, Peter Keley, said the redesigned Colorado is a key vehicle in Holden’s future product portfolio. He’s confident the progressive new styling, improved driveability and leading technology will be a hit with customers.
“Colorado has resonated well with customers in a segment that has almost doubled in sales in the last 10 years, and we’re confident the new 2017 Colorado will build on this and redefine customer expectations of what a truck can be.
“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.”
A host of all-new accessories for the 2017 Colorado, including a safari bar, fender flares, LED driving lights, 18-inch wheels and all-terrain tyres will become available in coming months.