Holden Trax 2015 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Holden Trax 2015 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Holden Trax 2015: Flaking paint
Are they saying their paint isn't capable of withstanding the odd drop of bird poo? Holden’s response is unsatisfactory. Seek the help of a paint specialist who should be able to give you an assessment of what caused the flaking, and then take that assessment to Holden. Another option is to take your claim to VCAT.
Holden Trax 2015: Tailgate sealant
There are a lot of sealers and glues used in today's cars, so what you've got is common. You haven't been sold a bodged-up car.
Buying during Holden sale time
The dealer is dumb. He got a sale, but lost a customer. Had he been a little more forthcoming with you and told you about the upcoming sale and to wait he would have got his sale and probably kept you as a customer long term. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to happen that way these days.
CX-3 too pricey?
The starting price of the CX-3 is cheaper than its rivals at $19,990, so it should not be as expensive as you think. Of your other three, the S-Cross is boring but the only one I would remotely recommend.
Holden Trax alternatives
I am not remotely a fan of the Trax. I'd suggest a test drive in a Mazda CX-5, which is best in class and gets The Tick, and then compare it with a couple of worthy rivals such as the Honda CR-V and Kia Sportage. Or wait for the new wave of baby SUVs including the Mazda CX-3 and Renault Captur