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2015 Holden Colorado LS-X upgrade revealed

The 2015 Holden Colorado LS-X limited edition upgrade (only 750 to be produced) has been revealed for the Colorado LS 4×4 Crew Cab with prices starting from $46,490 +ORC.

THE 2015 HOLDEN Colorado LS-X has been revealed with prices starting from $46,490 (+ORC) for the manual variant and $48,690 (+ORC) for the auto. The limited-edition upgrade for the LS 4×4 Crew Cab is expected in dealerships any time now.

Holden said, the Colorado LS-X adds “practical features” including 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps and an alloy sports bar. A Colorado branded smoked bonnet protector and unique LS-X badging is also featured. The LS-X gets interior carpet flooring, “giving the truck a more premium feel which, when combined with the already available Holden MyLink infotainment system and seven-inch colour touch screen, ensures excellent customer value for money”. Ok.

Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley, said Colorado LS-X added a selection of popular styling features to the already very capable and rugged Colorado LS, ensuring Holden continued to provide value for money to customers.

“The Colorado LS pick-up is a very tough and capable truck and now with these additional features Colorado LS-X it is as equally eye-catching,” said Mr. Keley.

“We are committed and focused on ensuring our customers get exceptional value for money and Colorado LS-X demonstrates this perfectly, boasting over $1,000 of savings on accessories as a group.

“Additionally with our Lifetime Capped Price Servicing and free scheduled services until 2020*, this is an excellent time for customers to visit their local Holden dealer.”

Colorado LS-X 4×4 Crew Cab pick-up will be available from Holden dealers in mid-October and with a Limited Edition run of only 750, customers are encouraged to visit sooner rather than later.

Colorado LS-X is priced at $1000 above the Colorado LS 4×4 Crew Cab pick-up upon which it’s based.


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J.G.
J.G.
5 years ago

The Holden website has this listed as $37990

PracticalMotoring
5 years ago
Reply to  J.G.

Sorry J.G. but in its media statement it revealed it would be priced at $46,490 and $48,690 (plus on roads). – Isaac

J.G.
J.G.
5 years ago

Do you copy & paste press releases – or are you a journalist?

PracticalMotoring
5 years ago
Reply to  J.G.

Send me a screen grab of the price discrepancy and I’ll follow it up. Isaac

J.G.
J.G.
5 years ago

Email sent

Isaac Bober

Isaac Bober