The $33,690 LT marks the entry point to the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, and can also be had in Sportwagon form for an extra $2200. From launch, Holden is offering a drive-away pricing deal for the LT Liftback of $35,990, which includes all on-road costs. 

Sitting $3600 beneath the RS, standard LT features include auto emergency braking (AEB), lane keep assist, lane departure warning, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in addition to Bluetooth connectivity with a 7.0-inch multimedia screen, a reversing camera, auto parking, a leather steering wheel, an eight-way power driver’s seat, proximity keys, auto headlights and wipers, air conditioning and 17-inch alloy rims.

A 191kW/350Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine with a nine-speed torque converter auto is the default drivetrain, while a 125kW/400Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel with an eight-speed torque converter auto will set you back an extra $3000.

LT Liftback official combined fuel consumption with the petrol engine is 7.4L/100km, while the diesel drops this to 5.6L/100km. The Sportwagon sees these figures rise to 7.7 and 5.7L/100km respectively. The petrol engine needs premium 95RON unleaded to do its best.