The Holden Colorado is the Australian brand's answer to the growing dual-cab ute market and the loss of its own car-based utes.
Based on a 2012 design, the Holden Colorado is one of the oldest utes on the market in terms of its basis, though a significant 2020 update addresses its age.
The Holden Colorado range begins with the workhorse Colorado LS Cab Chassis from just over $30,000 to the more plush Colorado LTZ+ for almost $55,000.
Holden Colorados are available with only one engine, a 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel, but can be had as a part-time or full-time four-wheel drive model.
While the Holden Colorado is the biggest seller for the brand, it trails behind a couple of more popular models, with the Ford Ranger and the Toyota Hilux often topping the charts. The Mitsubishi Triton is also a high-selling rival.