The special edition Holden Trax Active will spearhead the car maker’s ‘Step Up At Holden’ sale running throughout May and June.
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.