Holden has officially pulled the wraps off an updated version of the Colorado and Colorado 7.
Good news for those of you interested in a new pickup truck across Australia, who had your eyes mostly on the Colorado or Colorado 7, as the two vehicles have been slightly updated by Holden for the 2015 model year. According to the car manufacturer, the Colorado has received features such as the Comfort Suspension system which is coming with retuned spring and dampers, along with a stiffer front stabilizer bar.
“The Colorado range has a great reputation for off-road driving and we want to ensure this translates into urban and highway driving too. Whilst customers enjoy the reassurance they get from driving a very capable 4×4, they should also enjoy driving it on everyday errands and weekends away”, said Bill Mott, the director of marketing from Holden.
Changes made to the cabin are actually limited but they do include the Jet Black center console, dashboard and door panel trim, along with several piano black accents on the steering wheel and on the center stack. Some additional sound deadening material has been also added to the two models while the HAS and HDC have been revised. No pricing details have been announced yet.