The 2015 Holden Trax Active special edition is now on-sale and is being aimed at providing “drivers with style and substance to match their busy lifestyles”.

ON-SALE YESTERDAY, the Trax Active is really just a cosmetic upgrade, with17-inch alloys, an electric sunroof, roof racks and chrome exterior door handles. Trax Active retails for $24,990 driveaway with free automatic transmission.

But, more importantly for Holden, the Active Trax is being launched to spearhead the brand’s Step Up At Holden sale, which marks two months (May and June) of sales deals at Holden dealerships. Some of these include Captiva 7 LTZ 3.0 litre V6 petrol with automatic transmission for just $36,990 driveaway plus three years free servicing; Cruze Equipe 1.8-litre petrol with manual transmission in sedan or hatch is available for just $19,990 driveaway.

Holden’s Executive Director of Sales, Peter Keley, said Trax Active represented the perfect blend between style and practicality, and the Step Up At Holden sale provided an array of compelling offers.

“Trax Active is designed to meet the demands of customers that lead active and busy lifestyles, offering both style and practicality in abundance,” Mr Keley said.

“Trax Active leads a range of competitive offers available in the Step Up At Holden sale, including the versatile Colorado LS 4X4 Crew Cab and Australia’s Best Car*, the VF Commodore SV6 sedan.

“End of financial year is a great time to buy a car and with the Step Up At Holden sale combined with our Lifetime Capped Price Servicing offer, there has never been a better time to buy a Holden.”

Trax Active and all new models featured in the Step Up At Holden sale are included in Holden’s Lifetime Capped Price Service (CPS) program, providing clear, transparent service pricing on all Holden vehicles for the duration of their lifetime.  Customers are advised to visit the Lifetime CPS webpage for more information and to obtain a quote.

Special Edition Trax Active

•Unique 17–inch alloys

•Electric sunroof

•Roof racks

•Chrome exterior door handles

•‘Active’ badge


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