Updated Colorado ute and Colorado 7 SUV bring improved suspension and interior refinements to the top LTZ.
Holden has refreshed the Colorado ute and Colorado 7 SUV ranges for 2015, representing the second minor update to the RG Colorado models since they first arrived in April 2012.
The 2015 upgrades are focused on the top LTZ model grade, with Colorado ute and Colorado 7 LTZs scoring retuned springs and dampers and a stiffer front stabiliser bar - aimed at improving urban ride comfort.
Acoustic dampening has also been improved, with Holden working in conjunction with Monash University to reduce vibration and road noise during tarmac driving.
Holden has also refined the hill descent control and hill start assist systems across the range.
Both LTZ models also receive heated leather seats - although still optional on the Colorado LTZ Crew Cab - and Jet Black soft-touch interior trim.
The Colorado and Colorado 7 range is also now available with new ‘Satin Steel Grey’ paintwork.
Transmission and drivetrain options remain unchanged, although the entry-level LX trim-level for the Colorado has been renamed to LS and the Colorado Single Cab Chassis DX model is how available with the optional six-speed automatic transmission while the Colorado Space Cab Chassis LS has it removed.
All models continue with an unchanged 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel engine, producing 147kW/440Nm when mated to the manual transmission and 147kW/500Nm with the automatic.
This latest refresh has not brought an increase in pricing however, with Holden previously adjusted pricing for most of their fleet in September.