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2016 Holden Colorado 7 LT (4x4) review

I bought my Colorado 7 18 months ago with 9000km on the clock and nine months old. It replaced my bought-new 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara. It is now sitting at 35,000km after two outback road trips. It is pretty much stock except for some decent-quality larger all-terrain tyres and iDrive. It has been very reliable and hasn't missed a beat...

2015 Holden Colorado 7 LTZ (4x4) review

Great value for money. It seems to be going through a bit of oil, but after reading other forums, they say this is expected and should settle down after the engine has done between 30–40,000km, but at this stage every 1200km to 1500km it's about 10 per cent of oil loss. I do not like MyLink. Having to connect your phone to it every time to get a nav system working sucks...

2013 Holden Colorado 7 Review

What better way to zig-zag across the American West than in a champagne-coloured Chevrolet Tahoe LT? The LT is a step-up from the basic LS, with heated leather seats and a Bose stereo (amongst many features), but is below the range-topping LTZ that boasts standard features you would expect to find in a Lexus. The handsome exterior was matched with a 5...