The General's biggest and boldest SUV, the seven-seat Holden Acadia, makes a compelling case in the large-SUV segment, especially now with seven years of free servicing.
We see how the Equinox tackles a 400km road trip to the northern Victorian country to visit family.
We spend some time exploring the park roads and concrete playground of Melbourne in our long-term Holden Equinox.
The Holden Acadia enters the seven-seat large-SUV fray with a bold statement. This top-of-the-range LTZ-V with its rugged looks and abundance of standard equipment brings a lot to the fight.
Holden’s Equinox comes packed with a lot of goodies, though it does miss some items you might find elsewhere.
When you think of excellent and modern infotainment systems in cars, Holden generally doesn't come to mind. But, with the new system in the 2019 Holden Acadia, that might be about to change.
Boarded up houses sit on stilts on an expansive vacant lot somewhere deep in Christchurch’s outer reaches. It looks like a used car yard, but with houses. You can buy an entire house off the lot, have it delivered to your block of land, and set up home...
The Holden Commodore might not be built in Australia anymore, but the AWD variant still makes sense as a family tourer – even if it isn't an SUV in the classical sense.
In this update, we’re going to take a closer look at the interior of our long-term 2019 Holden Equinox LTZ AWD, and just how practical it is to live with day to day. The cabin practicality of an SUV should be one of the top priorities when purchasing the next family car – after all, that’s where you spend the most amount of time...
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