HOLDEN HAS unveiled two special-edition models: the Colorado 7 Trailblazer and the Colorado Storm.
The Colorado 7 Trailblazer receives a number of aesthetic tweaks over and above the range-topping 7 LTZ. It gets new 18-inch High Country alloys, Z71 masked headlights, rear Trailblazer 4x4 decal, Trailblazer side badges, a Colorado-branded bonnet protector and carpet floor mats.
The Colorado 7 Trailblazer maintains the LTZ’s 3000kg towing capacity.
The Colorado Storm, based on the Crew Cab LTZ, returns with new 18-inch wheels, a black nudge and sports bar, Storm-branded bonnet protector, Storm-branded rear-door badges, and front and rear carpet mats. It’s a $500 premium over the Colorado Crew Cab LTZ.
The Storm carries over the Crew Cab LTZ’s 3500kg towing capacity.
Holden’s Executive Director of Marketing, Geraldine Davys, added: “This new range of special-edition vehicles has been created to support our customers’ lifestyles whilst offering the great value for money Holden prides itself on.”
Both models with be available nationwide from mid-April.
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