Holden Colorado 2020
Carsguide Editor - Adventure Marcus Craft had this to say at the time: The Holden Colorado Z71 is a pretty decent towing machine, handling all aspects of general load-lugging duties with a quiet reliable efficiency. In simple terms, it kept the whole ute-and-van combination trucking along nicely.You can read the full review here.
This is what Marcus Craft liked most about this particular version of the Holden Colorado: Very torquey engine, Nice ride and handling, Reasonable off-road capability
The 2020 Holden Colorado carries a braked towing capacity of up to 3500 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Holden Colorado 2020 Reviews
Holden Colorado 2020 review: Z71 towing
Holden Colorado 2020 review: Z71 off-road
Holden Colorado takes on Thai jungle
Holden Colorado 2020 review: LSX
Holden Colorado 2020 review: LS Crew Cab 4x2
Holden Colorado Z71 2020 review: snapshot
Holden Colorado LT 2020 review: snapshot
Holden Colorado LSX 2020 review: snapshot
Holden Colorado LS 2020 review: snapshot
Holden Colorado 2020 Price and Specs
|Holden Colorado Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|LS (4X2)||Ute||2.8L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$30,000||$39,270|
|LS (4X4)||Ute||2.8L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$33,400||$43,780|
|LS (4X4)||Ute||2.8L Diesel 6 SP MAN||$31,900||$41,800|
|LS-X (4X4)||Ute||2.8L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$35,300||$45,650|
Holden Colorado 2020 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Holden Colorado here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
How do I disable the seat-belt sensor for the passenger seat in my 2012 Holden Colorado?
A better idea would be to fix the sensor that’s creating the false alarms. That will probably be simpler and quicker than finding the right wire to cut or fuse to pull out, as well as maintaining the car’s legality. A car that doesn’t have all its safety equipment functioning properly is, technically, unroadworthy and if that fault can be blamed for any injury in a crash, then you could be in real trouble in a legal and insurance sense.
Don’t forget, too, that a car such as yours will usually have a sensor to determine whether the seat-belt is secured and another to determine if the passenger’s seat is occupied. Either of those could conceivably be causing your false alarm.Show more
Can I increase the brightness of the dash lights in my 2013 Holden Colorado?
On the lower-right corner of the dashboard, you’ll find the rotary switch that controls the headlights. On the same switch panel (just to the left of the main headlight switch) are a pair of sliding controls that control the headlight aiming (the right-hand slide) and the dashboard-light brightness (just to its left).
When the car’s headlights are turned on, the dashboard lights are automatically dimmed, and sometimes this provides insufficient light to see the gauges clearly in bright daylight. But by holding the adjustment slide in the up position, you can turn the dashboard lights to their brightest level of illumination.Show more
What is causing the brake pedal to sink slowly to the floor in my 2016 Holden Colorado?
There are three classic causes of a sinking brake pedal. The first is a worn out brake master cylinder that is allowing brake fluid back past the actuating piston. The second is a leak somewhere in the braking system, either a caliper itself or a brake line or union and, the third is an ABS system fault where the ABS pump isn’t working properly, usually due to a low brake-fluid level.
Regardless of the cause, there’s no `acceptable tolerance’ for a brake pedal that slowly sinks towards the floor. A braking system in good working order should be able to hold the brake pedal at the same level more or less indefinitely. Any sinking is bad news and is a serious safety issue. I wouldn’t even have the car towed to a workshop; it’s simply not safe to drive.Show more
What is causing a front end knock in my 2020 Holden Colorado ZL1?
I’ve actually experienced this on a brand-new Colorado (during an evaluation drive, no less). In this case it turned out to be a couple of loose fasteners in the front end, which were fixed quickly and permanently. In your case, though, it seems as though even with everything checked and tightened, the noise is still there.
So maybe it’s not something as obvious as a loose coupling or fitting. Maybe you’re looking at noisy shock absorbers. Sometimes these components can contribute a clunk, but it’s usually when they’re worn out, not on a six-month-old vehicle. Does the noise occur in a straight line or with some steering lock applied? Perhaps the steering lock stops are the culprits. I’d be putting the vehicle back on a hoist and checking that everything from the engine mounts to the cross-member and the steering rack to the transmission mounts are torqued to the correct values. Don’t rule out silly things like a loose tub or tray, either; sometimes a clunk in the rear of a vehicle can be transmitted down a chassis rail to sound like it’s coming from the front somewhere.Show more