Holden Barina 2006 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Holden Barina 2006 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Holden Barina review: 2005-2016
The Holden Barina is a small car that's generally tough in its build and put together to a good standard. It has a good reputation for being simple to drive and park and long lasting if driven and ...Read More
Holden Barina 2006: Why is it stalling and won't start?
It's an electrical or electronic fault that's causing your car to go into the default limp home mode. It's not possible to say exactly what is wrong, do that you need to take the car to a mechanic and have them diagnose the problem on their equipment.
Used Holden Barina review: 2006-2011
NEW The Korea-built TK Barina got off to a rather rocky start when the Euro NCAP people could only give it a miserable 2-star rating. At a time when carmakers were making great strides in the area of ...Read More
Holden Barina 2006: Cracked head
No. It ran perfectly for five or six years before giving trouble, so I don't think you can blame Holden. Has the coolant been changed in the time since it left the factory, has it been overheated at any time, they're questions I would want answered before trying to find someone to blame.
Used Holden Barina review: 1989-2012
Holden Barinas come from a variety of backgrounds. From 1989 until April 1994, Barina was a Japanese Suzuki Swift with a different name, though it sold in fewer variants than did the Swift. From ...Read More
Used Holden Barina review: 2005-2008
The old adage that you get what you pay for springs to mind when thinking of the Korean-built current generation Barina. Like all Korean cars of the era there was nothing flashy about the Daewoo- ...Read More
Holden Barina 2006: ABS unnecessary?
The advice you have received from your mechanic is bad; ABS is an important safety system and should be repaired to proper working order as soon as possible. Definitely do not have it disconnected. A regular mechanic should be able to find the fault and repair it, but I would recommend you take it to a Holden dealer, despite your fears about the cost.