The all-new Holden Trax small SUV will offer great technology, great styling and fuel economy. Next week will arrive in Australia for the ones interested in owning one. The carmaker offers it in two trim levels, the LS and LTZ. The price is ranging from $23.490 to $27.990. Each model will come as standard with a 7-inch touch-screen with MyLink, rear view camera, rear parking sensors, six airbags and Bluetooth phone and audio streaming. Under the hood it will hides a 1.8-liter 16-valve 4-cylinder petrol engine. To transfer the output to the wheels, the engineers have offered a five speed manual transmission. The fuel consumption of the 2014 Holden Trax reaches 7.0-liters per 100 km.
On the LTZ, the specialists have offered a Gen II 6-speed transmission with Active select capable of reaching 7.6 liters per 100 km. So that you know, this is the only vehicle to have a 240V electrical socket in the rear of the center console. All across the range, the engineers have includes a standard rear view camera and rear parking sensors all across the range. The MyLink system offers access to the widest range of apps currently available in and Australian vehicle.
To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 16-inch alloy wheels, leather steering wheel with audio controls, Bluetooth cruise control and auto headlamps. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers offer 18-inch alloy wheels, Sportec seats, and heated front seats, fog lamps, under passenger seat storage tray and trip computer. The model is offered as standard with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The price starts $27.990. There is also a local suspension tune and electric power steering calibration that ensures a great ride even on difficult roads. These are the details available on the models for the moment.
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