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Holden Colorado LTZ 2020 review: snapshot

This trim earns you a bigger 8.0-inch touchscreen with standard nav and a better seven-speaker stereo.
EXPERT RATING
7.6

By the time you hit the LTZ you’re approaching the pointy-end of the LTZ lineup, with only the Z71 sitting above it in the range.

The LTZ is available as 4X2 Crew Cab Pick-Up with an automatic for $44,690, a 4X4 Space Cab Pick-Up for $51,190, or as a 4X4 Crew Cab Pick-Up ($50,490 for the manual, $52,690 for the automatic).

This trim earns you a bigger 8.0-inch touchscreen with standard nav and a better seven-speaker stereo, dual-zone climate control, push-button start and leather seats that are heated in the front. Outside, you get 18-inch alloys, Holden’s new DuraGuard spray-on tub-liner, power folding exterior mirrors, LED tail lights, rain-sensing wipers, a soft tonneau cover, side steps and an alloy sports bar.

A 2.8-litre Duramax turbo-diesel good for 147kW and 500Nm provides the power, paired with a six-speed automatic or a manual gearbox (440Nm manual).

Holden's Colorado wears a five-star ANCAP rating right across the range, with the full-marks score awarded in 2016. The safety story consists of seven airbags, rear sensors, a reversing camera and Hill Descent Control, along with the usual site of traction and braking aids. But by spending big on the LTZ, you’re also unlocking extra kit, including front sensors, Forward Collision Alert (but not AEB - which is offered across the Ranger range) Lane Departure Warning and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

Pricing Guides

$34,940
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$31,690
Highest Price
$38,190
EXPERT RATING
7.6
Andrew Chesterton
Contributing journalist

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Pricing Guide

$31,690

Lowest price, based on new car retail price

This price is subject to change closer to release data
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