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Holden chases buyers with its value-packed 7-seat Arcadia SUV

From Holden this week, a new large 7-seat SUV the Acadia – built in Tennessee and the first import product that has the market appeal to give Holden a boost in showroom traffic – powered by the most powerful petrol engine in its class, a 3.6-litre V6 linked to a nine speed automatic and its silky smooth.

Three grades LT, LTZ and LTZ-V, all available in front or all-wheel drive. A sharp introductory price for the front-drive LT of $42,990 drive-away is augmented for a limited time with a $1,000.00 gift card. All-wheel-drive adds $4,000 across the three grades. Today Holden may be an import company however the retention of its impressive proving ground at Lang Lang in Victoria by its GM parent has been a real bonus and the suspension control, handling, steering and ride package on this new large SUV is impressive to say the least. Superior, more affordable and better appointed to Toyota’s big selling 7-seat Kluger. I’m David Berthon

 

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