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Holden Adventra FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Holden Adventra here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Ask Smithy Xtra Holden Adventra cold air induction
Generally it would. The colder air entering the engine is denser than the air that’s drawn in from the engine compartment, which is heated by the engine, so you pack more in to the cylinders. But before you do fit it check to see where the air is being drawn from on your car as many new cars already have a form of cold air intake.Show more
EVERY Adventra I've driven has had heavy steering, so much so I wouldn't buy one. The V6 is better than the V8, but it's still not good enough. I think that's what Holden is trying to tell you without giving the game away. It's hard to comment on the damaged wheels without seeing them and knowing what the car has been used for, whether it has hit kerbs or other things that could easily cause the damage. If you want more information, take the car to a wheel specialist for their opinion.Show more
Fuel and his money
THE V8 Adventra was a bit of a dog in many respects, but 20 litres/100km is a bit too high. The Adventra is a heavy old nail so I would expect it to be pretty thirsty. I would think it should get 16-17 litres/100km on average. The only thing you can do is to make sure all is well with the engine and the electronics controlling it, make sure your tyres are inflated correctly and that wheel alignment is correct.Show more