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The New Holden Trax Just Got a Lot More Mobile. Literally.

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - We all love our smartphones. And while it’s never a good idea to use them on the road, we need them with us everywhere we go, right? That’s why Holden has teamed up with creative partners AJF to have some fun exploring the seamless integration between the new Holden Trax and our biggest can’t-be-without-it obsessions.

2017 Holden Trax first drive review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Has a mid-life upgrade help this baby SUV become a contender again? A city-sized SUV is a must for any serious car maker in 2017. The pint-sized crossover market is booming as the trend towards SUVs continues to accelerate. Holden was actually one of the earlier entrants into the market when the Trax first arrived, but it has been surpassed - both on the road and in the sales charts - but newer rivals, most notably the Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V.

2017 Holden Trax LTZ review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2017 Holden Trax gets a number of worthy upgrades that make it a better alternative to Mazda's CX-3 and Honda's HR-V than ever before. The revised MY17 iteration certainly makes a strong first impression. The slightly awkward upright nose on the old car has been replaced by a sharp two-piece grille, sleeker headlights with standard LED daytime running lights (DRLs) and a new bumper. With its flared guards and good proportions, it’s a handsome little runabout. The cabin layout is also much better than before, more resolved and less of a mish-mash. The new trims are made to a higher-standar

Holden Kicks off New Year with New Trax

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Following its reveal in 2016, the new Holden Trax goes on sale this week, boasting fresh new styling and segment-leading state-of-the-art connectivity technology, ensuring Holden’s baby SUV continues to raise the bar.

Exclusive: Holden NZ announces global line up in Detroit

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Joining the Astra hatchback, that will be launched in February this year, will be the Astra sedan, that was badged Chevrolet Cruze at the motor show. Replacing the Korean built Captiva SUV will be the compact crossover Equinox, based on another all-new platform from General Motors, post-GFC. The Holden Spark was the first vehicle built on an all-new platform post-GFC. They will also join the all-new Trax small SUV, that will be launched in February, with the Astra sedan expected in New Zealand shortly after the Australia launch in May. By late 2017, the Acadia large SUV will go on sale.

Hyundai takes a tumble

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - SUVs and LCVs keep sales up in August but Hyundai and Volkswagen lose ground. GM Holden dipped by 2.6 per cent over last August, with the Australian-built Commodore (-9.0 per cent) and Cruze (-18.1 per cent) down, while the Colorado pick-up that launched last month received a big 35 per cent boost for the 4x4 variant. The Trax crossover continued to grow its share and the Spark micro hatch added more volume, but the European-sourced Astra Sport and Insignia recorded just nine and five sales respectively last month.

Holden’s New Vehicle Onslaught Continues with Reveal Of Astra, Barina, Trailblazer, Trax and All-New Acadia SUV

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At an exclusive business briefing event held overnight at Holden’s GM Australia Design Studios in Melbourne, the company hosted the surprise premiere of five new vehicles, headlined by the reveal of the all-new, seven-seat Acadia SUV due in showrooms in 2018.