The special edition Holden Trax Active will spearhead the car maker’s ‘Step Up At Holden’ sale running throughout May and June.
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Arriving in showrooms soon, the Trax Active builds on the features of the LS, adding unique 17-inch alloy wheels, an electric sunroof, roof racks, chrome exterior door handles and Active badging.

Available with a free automatic transmission upgrade, the Holden Trax Active costs $24,990 driveaway, making it markedly cheaper than the base Trax LS auto, which regularly costs $26,190 plus on-roads.

The Trax Active arrives a little over two months after the similar Captiva 7 Active special edition, which launched in February at $31,990 driveaway.

Other ‘Step Up At Holden’ deals include the Barina X hatch manual from $16,290 driveaway, the Cruze Equipe 1.8-litre petrol manual from $19,990 driveaway, the Commodore SV6 manual sedan from $37,990 driveaway, and the Colorado LS 4x4 manual dual-cab pick-up and the Captiva 7 LTZ petrol auto both with three years of free servicing for $36,990 driveaway.