The Holden Colorado Storm will be available to buy from dealerships starting at $52,490 before on-road costs for the manual, or $54,690 plus on-roads for the automatic.
However, the Holden website is advertising the Colorado Storm for $51,990 in both manual and automatic, with a seven-year warranty, until October 31.
Available only as a crew cab, the Storm comes with additional features over the LTZ it is based on – including an integrated nudge bar, front seat heaters, leather upholstery, and a bonnet protector.
The Colorado Storm has an unchanged 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine, making 147kW. Torque is limited to 440Nm in the six-speed manual, but is rated at 500Nm in the six-speed automatic.
The entry-level Colorado LS Crew Cab is available from Holden’s website from $39,990, while the LTZ has a $49,990 price tag. Both come with a seven-year warranty for a limited time.
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