The Active is based on the LS trim grade, but for its $23,990 driveaway price adds bigger (17-inch) alloy wheels, electric sunroof, roof racks, and exterior door handles finished in chrome rather than body colour.
Holden has frequently used the Storm badge, and it was also previously used in 2015 on the Colorado. Its return this April asks an extra $500 over the 4x4 Crew Cab LTZ on which it’s based in return for extra goodies.
They comprise black nudge bar on the lower front bumper, black sports bar on the rear tray, larger (18-inch) alloy wheels, and black bonnet protector with Storm logo. The cabin also gains carpet floor mats.
The Colorado 7 Trailblazer also expands upon a range-topping LTZ trim grade, with a $48,990 driveaway price.
Wheels stay at 18 inches but feature new-design rims, there’s a Colorado-branded bonnet protector, Z71 masked headlights, a body-coloured roof spoiler is added, and carpet floor mats are fitted inside.
Each model also features special edition badging.
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