A new name and a fresh look, but the biggest and best updates to the Holden Trailblazer are all on the inside.Read the full review
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Just four hours drive east of the Melbourne CBD, the challenging terrain of the Victorian High Country has cemented it as one of the most iconic 4WD destinations in the country. As a result, the area is at the top of the bucket list for avid off-roaders. Many Australians travel far and wide to find their own little oasis in the region...
The Victorian High Country is a magical place, one of the best off-roading destinations on the planet. It's full of awesome tracks, picturesque camping, and the type of wilderness usually only available when places are hard to get to. If you've got a 4x4, you're well on your way to visiting the High Country in your own time, and on your own terms...
500Nm, 4x4 ability and room for seven souls aboard. Is Holden's Trailblazer the forgotten option for adventurous families?
The Holden Trailblazer sometimes falls off the radar in a discussion about rough-and-ready $50K 4x4s. But it probably shouldn’t.
When it comes to making a decision on what type of car to buy, price, comfort, ability and 'fit for purpose' are paramount. That last category, is why the affordable family tow wagons segment is now considerably busy...
The rebadged Holden Colorado enters a field overflowing with rugged off-roaders capable of double duty as a family hauler.
A new name and a fresh look, but the biggest and best updates to the Holden Trailblazer are all on the inside.
It's not uncommon for members of the public to spy pre-development vehicles being driven around the traps by manufacturers ahead of their launches. It's less common when the vehicles being driven are not produced in Australia. And, it's even less common when we're allowed to drive them...