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
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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.
Why has my 2014 Holden Colorado suddenly stopped working?
Modern common-rail diesel engines with their sophisticated, multi-pump fuel systems and high-pressure injectors can stop in their tracks for any number of reasons, not all of them electrical. You could start by checking the battery and the charge-rate from the alternator (if the engine will restart). But you also really need to be checking the fuel system and the obvious stuff such as a dud ignition barrel that’s shutting everything down. A simple fuse or relay that controls the fuel pump system could have failed, too, with similar results.
The absolute best advice is to have the vehicle electronically scanned at a workshop with this type of diagnostic gear. By having the vehicle tell you what’s wrong with it, you’ll save a whole lot of time and money replacing random bits and pieces, hoping that you’ve identified the culprit.Show more
Why is there a change in noise when I switch from two to four-wheel-drive in my Holden Colorado 2013?
A minor increase in noise when shifting to four-wheel-drive is quite a normal thing to happen. By selecting four-wheel-drive, you’re suddenly engaging the transfer-case output shaft, the front differential and the front driveshafts. So, fundamentally, there’s a lot more mechanical stuff happening, and that’s probably what you’re hearing.
But the change in noise shouldn’t be a huge one, nor should it involve a high-volume noise of any kind. If there’s something screeching, grinding or knocking when the vehicle is in four-wheel-drive, then there’s probably something wrong with the driveline. If the noises are loud or nasty, then you need to have the vehicle inspected to find the cause and fix it before it causes more damage.Show more
How can I check what's eating the battery while my 2013 Holden Colorado is switched off and parked?
There’s a chance that the battery is old enough that it won’t hold charge for long, so a check of the battery’s general health would be the first step here. Beyond that, conventional wisdom holds that there’s something in the car that’s staying on even though the ignition switch is off, and that’s what’s draining the battery.
But before drawing the latter conclusion, attend to the basics: Make sure the battery terminals are clean and tight and test the vehicle with the engine running to make sure the alternator is, in fact, charging the battery at the correct rate. Most tradesmen agree that something between 13.5 and 14.5 volts at a fast idle is about right for the alternator. While the voltmeter is hooked up, turn on the headlights and make sure that the alternator keeps up. If the voltage drops during this stress test, you could have a dodgy regulator.
If that all checks out, the usual suspects here become a stereo (particularly an aftermarket one) or an alarm system (ditto) that is draining the battery. Make sure that the ignition switch is, indeed, turning everything off and then go back and check the car in the dark to see if there’s a courtesy light or underbonnet light that’s still on and slowly sending the battery flat.
If nothing sticks out as being wrong, the next step would be to take to the car to an auto electrician who can use a multi-meter to check each circuit in the car individually until they find the one that’s energised when it shouldn’t be. It doesn’t take a huge current draw to flatten a battery or at least take it to the point where it will no longer start the car.
Ignoring this will not only eventually leave you stranded, it will send your battery to an early grave as batteries don’t appreciate being flattened over and over again.Show more
Where is the fuse for the reverse lights/reverse camera located in the 2013 Holden Colorado?
This is a weird one. I spoke to two different Holden service workshops (former Holden dealers) and the consensus was that the reverse lights on your car are not on a separate fused circuit. Certainly there’s no mention of such a fuse in the owner’s manual. That means, then, that the reverse lights share a circuit with other functions at the rear of the vehicles, possibly the tail-light circuit. Beyond that, nobody could be specific.
In turn, that suggests that it’s not the fuse at fault because, if it was, the whole rear of the vehicle would be blacked-out. Which brings us to the possibility that the problem, rather than being a blown fuse, is rather the adjustment of the switch that recognises the car is in reverse and turns on the lights and camera. This is located on the side of the transmission and, if it’s out of alignment or showing wear in its contacts or wiring, could lead to the problem you have.Show more