- Compared to other convertibles, the Holden Cascada has a decent amount of space and beats its European look-alikes.
- We’re pretty sure you’re likely to appreciate the quietness of the ride.
- The Cascada has split fold rear seats, so you have the option for more boot space if you can spare the seating.
- The roof folds away quickly. In just 17 seconds at road speeds up to 50km/h to be precise.
- It comes with some standard features we think most will appreciate, such as heated front seats and steering wheel, dual-zone climate control and reversing camera.
- The Cascada has one of the largest boots in its class at 280 litres with the roof down.
- The multimedia screen is dated for a car that otherwise emanates style.
- The interior is modeled on a Holden Astra, so it lacks flair. Not quite what you’d expect of a sophisticated convertible.
- The Cascada is one of the heavier cars in its class, sitting at a kerb weight of 1744kgs. That's three grown, heavy men more (aka 300kgs) than a Golf Cabriolet.
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