Holden has re-added a familiar model to the Colorado ute range, the LS-X.
Set to go on sale this month, the revived LS-X nameplate continues from where it left off as a special edition that was first introduced last year, however, this time around it is nearly $15,000 cheaper in real terms.
The LS-X edition receives additional equipment over the LS model on which it is based, including interior and exterior enhancements.
Outside, the LS-X adds 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, alloy sports bar, a Colorado-branded smoked bonnet protector and unique LS-X badging.
Inside, the LS-X sees the addition of carpet mats, on top of the already available MyLink infotainment system with 7.0-inch touchscreen.
Peter Keley, Holden’s executive director of sales, said the Colorado LS-X adds a range of features making the ute even more stylish and appealing.
“[The] Colorado is a very tough and accomplished vehicle and now, with the additional LS-X features and an attractive drive away price of just $37,990, it ensures Holden continues to provide exceptional value for money,” he said.
The Holden Colorado LS-X is available now for $37,990 driveaway including a free automatic transmission upgrade, plus three years free servicing. Ostensibly the same car last year was $46,890 plus on-roads.
As we know, the heavily upgraded My17 Holden Colorado nears, so one might see this as a way to clear stocks.
Colorado LS-X additional equipment: