2017 Colorado revealed

IT has always been Holden’s tough work horse (like the Rodeo before it), but with the unveiling of the 2017 Holden Colorado, it also has a bold new look and a tray load of upgraded high-tech equipment.

The 2017 Colorado retains the same assured off-road capability of its predecessor, but adds impressive on-road refinement and a go-anywhere spirit driven by advanced technology.

Colorado’s technology offering also provides notable safety enhancements, including a new forward facing camera with active safety features such as Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning.

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For low speed manoeuvres, drivers are assisted by front and rear park assist on selected vehicles and rear view camera across the range.

Inside you’ll find a slick new interior, including a new Holden MyLink infotainment system equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, delivered through a colour touchscreen housed in the vehicle’s centre stack.

When coupled with Digital (DAB+) radio, embedded satellite navigation and voice recognition, Colorado’s infotainment offering stands second to none and will allow it to challenge market leaders like the Volkswagen Amarok and the Isuzu D-Max.

With a striking new design, range of high-tech features and refined driving manners from Holden’s engineers, the 2017 Colorado will be available at dealers nationwide from 01 September 2016.

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