The 2015 Holden Astra has been launched in Australia recently and buyers have several versions to choose from.
The cheapest variant of the 2015 Holden Astra is the GTC Manual, coming in from 26,990 AUD. For the GTC Automatic, customers will have to pay 29,190 AUD. This is followed by the GTC Sport Manual, coming in at 29,990 AUD and the GTC Sport Automatic, price from 32,190 AUD. If the range-topping Astra VXR manual is what you are interested in, than get ready to pay at least 39,990 AUD for this variant.
Holden says that the GTC is coming with items such as the Bluetooth audio streaming, USB and AUX, CD player with MP3 capability, DAB digital radio, integrated apps, Holden MyLink infotainment with 7.0-inch display, leather steering wheel, auto headlights and wipers, ISOFIX, front and rear park assist, electric power steering, air conditioning, sat-nav, cloth Morrocana sports seats with Sportec bolsters, 18-inch alloy wheels with a 17-inch steel space saver spare wheel, projector headlights and much more.
The GTC Sport is adding the 19-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights, heated front seats with 8-way adjustable driver’s seat, alloy sports pedals, leather sports steering wheel, sports body kit, electric parking brake, perforated leather Mondial trim and others. The range-topping VXR is bringing the 20-inch alloy wheels, performance brakes, ABS, ESC, LED taillights, VXR roof spoiler and sports seats, sat-nav, VXR leather steering wheel and floor mats, dual-zone climate control, Holden MyLink infotainment, DAB digital radio, perforated Nappa leather trim, electro-hydraulic power steering and so on.