The 2015 Holden Barina X is said to bring an extra $2500 of equipment to the Lion brand's city hatchback at a cost of $1250 to buyers.
It adds the brand's MyLink media system (previously only on the dearer CDX and RS versions), which means the car will have in-car apps such as internet radio providers Pandora, Stitcher and TuneIn, as well as the availability of BringGo satellite navigation through the smartphone app.
The Barina X remains powered by the brand's 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, and comes with the choice of a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic.
Holden says the new Barina X will be available from late April, with 700 examples of the hatch slated for production this year.
2015 Holden Barina hatch pricing (plus on-road costs):
CD manual - $15,390
CD auto - $17,590
X manual - $16,640
X auto - $18,840
CDX manual - $20,090
CDX auto - $22,290
RS manual - $21,390
RS auto - $21,590