HSV has unleashed the pricing of its upcoming Colorado SportsCat 4x4 range.
The SportsCat will be priced from $60,790 when paired with the manual transmission; while the manual SportsCat+ asks for $6K more ($66,790). The six-speed automatic with active select is a $2200 premium.
In addition to the Colorado Z71 it’s based on, the SportsCat has a 30mm-wider wheel track, is 45mm higher at the front, and gets HSV Sports suspension.
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The SportsCat+ lifts the game by adding SupaShock suspension (optional), a rear de-coupling anti-roll bar (optional) and AP Racing forged four-piston brake calipers with 362mm discs.
Both versions receive Cooper Zeon LTZ Pro Sports all-terrains, LED fog lamps, tubular side steps, a hard tonneau cover, and an alloy sports bar – among a host of exterior and interior changes: “the styling enhancements extend to unique grilles, fascias, fender flares, wheels, tailgate, hard tonneau and sports bar/sail plane, while the interior features premium SV Sports seats wrapped in Jasmine leather and Windsor suede.”
The Colorado’s 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel donk remains unchanged.
“Given the breadth of styling, comfort and engineering enhancements, we’re confident the SportsCat range represents outstanding value”, said HSV’s Managing Director, Tim Jackson. “Our two-tier product strategy provides buyers with the flexibility to choose the model that best suits their work and lifestyle requirements.”