It’s long, sleek and elongated, with a sophisticated air about it. There’s a sense of refinement that we haven’t seen for a while with Holden, and while it’s not your brash Aussie anymore, I don’t think anyone will mind that touch of European styling. Wagons have come a long way in design and they’re looking rather elegant.
Inside is good, too. There are leather seats in a pebbled leather that doesn’t look super luxe but it will wear well, so will still look like this in a few years.
The leather steering wheel feels nice under the hands, and the centre console is sleek with high gloss black accents and soft closing storage panel lids.
It’s all quite functional and everything is within reaching distance. The end result is good and it makes you feel good while driving it.