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For the price premium, you get lots of extras and even some custom body work on the tray to help the big Colorado stand out from the crowd.
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2012 Holden Colorado revealed in patent leak

The latest leak from America's patent office has unearthed GM's new 'small truck' - more affectionately known as a Ute in Australia. The new Ute will be the bed for Holden's Colorado and is set to appear some time in 2012. Design revisions see the Ute carry a more stylish look, moving away from the rough and cut lines of the current Colorado...

CarAdvice Christmas ute muster

Formalities, respectability and political correctness have been thrown out the window to bring you a special video just in time for Christmas from the CarAdvice crew. Saddling up in three of the most popular (and most available to us at the time) dual-cab diesel 4WD utilities; Paul Maric, Alborz Fallah and Matt Brogan venture into country Victoria to test out the Holden Colorado LT-R, Mazda BT-50 Dual Cab DX and Toyota Hilux SR5 Dual Cab against each other...

2008 Holden Colorado First Steer

2008 Holden Colorado First Steer “Holden have a new Rodeo but its not called the Rodeo. Meet the Colorado. It’s not only highly capable on and off road, but the revised styling looks considerably better than the outgoing nameplate” - words by Anthony Crawford. It’s not that Holden wanted to dump the Rodeo name and start again, that wouldn’t be the smart move...

2008 Holden Colorado range and pricing

GM Holden has revealed its newest addition to the light commercial vehicle market with the new Holden Colorado - set to replace the existing Rodeo. Holden has been forced to scrap the Rodeo namesake following a trademark dispute after the separation of Isuzu from parent company General Motors...

2008 Holden Colorado (Rodeo)

With trademark issues with the Rodeo name, GM Holden is set to replace the Rodeo completely, with an all new Holden Colorado starting in July. So far little else is known about the car, we can confirm, however, that it will be built in Thailand (like the Rodeo) using a Chevrolet platform and is similar in size to the existing Rodeo...