Holden has added a line­top­ping Xtreme ver­sion to its lo­cal Colorado line-up.


With such an over­whelm­ingly pos­i­tive re­sponse to the orig­i­nal one-off Holden Colorado Xtreme show­car when it ap­peared at Fiel­d­ays in 2016 it was ob­vi­ously only a mat­ter of time be­fore GM’s lo­cal arm pro­duced a ver­sion to sell. As be­fit­ting the name, that ver­sion is the most ex­treme Colorado yet: the $ 79,990 Holden Colorado Xtreme. A lot of money true, par­tic­u­larly for what many who will be at­tracted to it, will be a ‘ work truck.’ The flip­side of that ar­gu­ment, how­ever, is that so com­pre­hen­sively and well has the new range-top­ping Colorado been specced that you will be hard­pressed to find any­thing else to spend your hard-earned Kiwi pe­sos on. A snorkel, per­haps. But that pretty much is it. For in­stance. Buy a new Colorado Xtreme and you get; • A full front Winch bar com­plete with bash plate and gen­uine ARB-supplied Warn winch and winch wire har­ness kit. • A unique set of 18” black al­loy wheels

and Goodyear A/ T tyres. • Black tubu­lar side steps, rear ( bumper) step and tow bar and a black Rhino Rack roof tray. • Full sailplane-style ex­tended rear roll/ tray­side bar and soft ton­neau cover. All parts are Holden ap­proved and all other ac­ces­sories on the Xtreme are gen­uine Holden ac­ces­sories and ex­am­ples are due in Holden show­rooms around the coun­try in Septem­ber.

New Xtreme model takes in­spi­ra­tion from one-off show ve­hi­cle of 2016.

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