The Cruze Equipe is available from $19,990 driveaway and the larger Malibu CD from $27,990 driveaway.
The Trax LS and Captiva 5 LT are available from $24,990 and $25,990 driveaway respectively, with a free upgrade to an automatic transmission. The larger Captiva 7 LS is $28,990 driveaway after a $1000 factory bonus.
All Colorado utes are available with a free auto upgrade and three years of free servicing. The LX pick-up costs from $37,990 driveaway while the LT crew-cab costs from $39,990 driveaway.
Holden is also offering four deals across the VF Commodore range including free auto transmissions, free Sportwagon upgrades, and half-priced V8 and V-Series upgrades for selected variants.
The auto upgrade, a $2000 saving, applies to SV6, SS, SS V and SS V Redline sedans and utes, while the Sportwagon upgrade, also $2000, applies to all sedans.
The half-price V8 offer applies when upgrading from SV6 to SS, making the SS manual sedan $39,240, and from Calais V to Calais V V8, making the Calais V V8 sedan $50,490.
The half-price V-Series offer applies exclusively to customers upgrading from SS to SS V, making the SS V manual sedan $43,740.
Customers can only redeem one offer per vehicle. The full terms and conditions can be found on Holden’s website.
The end of financial year campaign is set to give Holden’s sales a further boost after a strong start to 2014. Sales are up 8.2 per cent to 44,441, making Holden the fastest growing of the top 10 brands in Australia this year.