Tuesday, 12 February 2019 14:25

HSV ute a cohesive upgrade

The after-market options for utes are extensive, but there’s a big difference between a properly engineered package and a ute with a bunch of accessories bolted on.

Published in Motoring
Monday, 24 September 2018 11:03

Touring around in comfort

Okay Holden, you’re not fooling anyone with your raised ride height and plastic wheel arches; the Calais-V Tourer is no off-roader.

Published in Motoring
Thursday, 16 August 2018 13:03

Holden goes easy on fuel

Holden has released details of the first-ever diesel Commodore, launching it alongside the first diesel-powered version of the new medium-size SUV, the Equinox.

Published in Motoring
Monday, 11 June 2018 11:47

Holden’s still here

Holden is still spending up large on a marketing campaign to remind you of one thing – they’re still here.

Published in Motoring
Thursday, 07 June 2018 14:03

More reveals at Fieldays ‘motor show’

Two new reveals will feature on Holden’s site at Fieldays next week – part of a growing motor show at the Mystery Creek event.

Published in Motoring
Friday, 30 March 2018 07:55

Graphite edition adds value

A limited-edition Holden Colorado — just 100 units nationwide — will become the prized possession of a select bunch of Holden fans when it goes on sale this month. 

Published in Motoring
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 07:24

Bold new face for Holden

Holden is putting SUVs front and centre of its plan for the future.

Published in Motoring
Friday, 03 March 2017 10:55

Lighter Commodore with more bling

You might have to wait a while to buy one, but Holden will premiere the new Commodore Sportwagon at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Published in Motoring
Friday, 30 December 2016 09:00

Now that’s a ute!

A few days driving the MY17 Holden Colorado made it plain to this reviewer that this vehicle has moved on a long way from the previous model launched in 2012.

Published in Motoring
 

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