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GM Holden confirms global SUV is coming to our shores


Holden has announced it will bring the Chevrolet Trailblazer SUV to Australia, dropping the Colorado 7 nameplate.

The re-branded SUV will top the SUV range for luxury and equipment, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as eight inch colour touchscreen, leather, a new dashboard and instrument cluster, and of course seven seats.

Trailbalzer will also get the 4X4 capability of the previous Colorado 7, but with more refined noise and harshness levels, engineered based on customer feedback.

Holden’s Peter Keley, Executive Director of Sales, says the redesigned Trailblazer shares capable 4×4 DNA with the Colorado truck, it’s aimed at a very different customer with premium styling and comfort for all the family.

“Colorado has always been associated with exceptional off-road performance and Trailblazer shares that 4×4 heritage, however we expect it will be used in a very different way,” Keley said. “Trailblazer is a 4×4, seven-seat, family adventure vehicle that is refined and smooth for the school runs, but still able to head off the beaten track.”


The 2017 Holden Trailblazer goes on sale in Australia later this year, replacing the $47,990 to $51,490 retail priced Colorado.