The Courier-Mail - Motoring - - Road Test -

WHAT IT’S GOT Six airbags, rear cam­era, au­to­matic park­ing, for­ward col­li­sion alert, blind spot alert, re­verse traf­fic alert, lane de­par­ture warn­ing, head-up dis­play, hill start as­sist, alarm, Data Dot iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, rain-sens­ing wipers, My Link in­fo­tain­ment with eight-inch touch­screen, nine-speaker Bose au­dio, Blue­tooth with au­dio stream­ing, voice con­trol, nav­i­ga­tion, dual-zone air­con, leather trim. WHAT IT HASN’T HSV’s MRC ad­justable dampers, stan­dard on GTS, would be use­ful here to take the edge off the hard ride. OWN­ER­SHIP Ser­vice in­ter­vals are 9 months/15,000km. Each of the first four ser­vices is $329; the next four are $399, so over 5 years/105,000km (whichever comes first) to­tal sched­uled ser­vic­ing costs are $2513. WHAT WE LIKED Per­for­mance, drive­abil­ity, feed­back, han­dling, value, com­fort­able driver’s seat. WHAT WE DIDN’T Holden’s MyLink isn’t in­tu­itive and the voice con­trol doesn’t un­der­stand English, hard ride, sav­age thirst.

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