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UTE PURRFECTION | UTE REVIEW-HSV SportsCat

Brenton O’Connor and Ed Higginson find purrfect harmony in the HSV SportsCat The Brenton O’Connor viewpoint Given that dual-cab utes are far more than a load carrying workhorse with steel wheels, vinyl seats and flooring, powered by gutless four-cylinder non-turbo diesel engines, the Australian buyer has been swamped with a range of high quality options from a range of manufacturers. ...

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SECONDS THOUGHTS | Review Holden Colorado LTZ

It’s taken its time to gain its credentials, but the latest Colorado is a different beast from the early versions – report by Stuart Martin. STARTING behind the eight ball has never been better demonstrated than by Holden’s Colorado. It was a long way off the pace and underdone when it arrived to replace the outgoing machine, shared with Isuzu, ...

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Colorado Country | Review Holden Colorado

Holden has worked hard to improve the Colorado, and the latest version is undoubtedly its best yet – Words by Chris Mullett It’s highly reassuring, though not necessarily a regular occurrence, when you find senior management of a vehicle manufacturer that is genuinely enthusiastic about its products. It certainly used to be the case that anyone working in the car ...

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Colorado Country

Holden has worked hard to improve the Colorado, and the latest version is undoubtedly its best yet. It’s highly reassuring, though not necessarily a regular occurrence, when you find senior management of a vehicle manufacturer that is genuinely enthusiastic about its products. It certainly used to be the case that anyone working in the car industry was an enthusiast. But these ...

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UTILITARIAN OPTIONS

Delivery Magazine’s Ute of the Year contest promotes some interesting results in the fit-for-purpose equation It’s the thriving segment of the light commercial vehicle industry and utes figure large in the buyer’s mindset as a bridge between workhorse and status symbol. But just which models work better than others can only be debated after extensive comparison testing running at the ...

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IT’S ALL DOWN TO SIZE

Stuart Martin gets familiar with the Holden Colorado Super Cab: There’s a lot to be said for 31.1 centimetres, or just over 12 inches – a foot goes a long way in a ute in the form of being the difference between the tray length of a Colorado dual cab (1484mm) and the 1795mm tray on the Colorado super cab. ...

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FASHION STATEMENT

Holden introduces its new, top of the range, Colorado Z71 pick-up There’s a new addition to the Colorado nameplate, that of the Z71 pick up, and Delivery was fortunate in being the first specialist magazine invited by Holden to complete a full test programme. Based on the MY16 Colorado LTZ 4×4 Crew-Cab pick-up, Colorado Z71 adds a long list of ...

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GROUND WORK

Dave Whyte reviews the latest Holden Colorado Although we contentedly live in a global world, with almost all multi-national automakers present in our market, we do not necessarily benefit from access to the full range of products available from each marque on a worldwide basis. With Holden looking to grow its market share purely on the basis of its imports, ...

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Staying Focused

The latest Commodore Ute is a tribute to Holden engineering, but has the company lost the plot when it comes to its sales focus? Words by Chris Mullett I have lost patience with Holden in recent months. At a time when it should be celebrating the release of the finest Australian-built range of sedans and utes it’s ever produced, all ...

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