HOLDEN COLORADO LTZ
AFTER unsuccessful attempts to bring its Colorado up to scratch, Holden has finally started again. It has moved the engine’s balance shafts; added sound deadening; changed the engine and body mounts; installed a new torque convertor; recalibrated the suspension; added electric power steering; and installed a thicker windscreen, new window seals, roof mouldings and mirror mounts. The outputs remain, but Holden claims low-rpm torque is stronger. Extra kit, new dash and frontend treatment features.