4Holden Colorado 7 / Trailblazer

Holden Colorado 7 / Trailblazer (page 2)

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50 reviews · Statistics

PositivevsNegative
66% · 3313 · 26%

Build Quality
4.0 (12)
Value for Money
4.0 (12)
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.5 (12)
Noise Level
3.7 (12)
Braking
4.0 (12)
Acceleration / Power
3.8 (12)
Gear Shifting
4.3 (12)
Suspension
3.8 (12)
Fuel Efficiency
4.3 (12)
Handling
3.6 (12)
Interior Design
3.6 (12)
Boot Size
4.3 (12)
Comfort
3.7 (12)
Features
4.1 (12)
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Reviews

Holden Colorado 7 / Trailblazer50 reviews
Bobby Dazler
Bobby DazlerLara8 posts
  Colorado 7 RG
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SoloMiddleAgedFemale
SoloMiddleAgedFemaleNSW4 posts
  Colorado 7 RG

16 days old and already broken down, Holden Customer Care a joke!

Was very eXcited to pick up my brand spanking new Colarado 7 LTZ 16 days ago and set off w my 2t caravan for a 3wk holiday......Day 2 which was Fri arvo was a Big Bang and cloud of black smoke at 90km/h, pulled over immediately, air intake hose had blown off/emission control system warning light on. Holden Sale Vic refused to look at it til Mon, and Holden Customer Care wouldn't even offer me a hire car, outrageous! my dealer at Ulladulla has promised to pay out of pocket costs for a hire car but am feeling like I've bought a big fat lemon, my holiday plans now completely stuffed also.......deeply underwhelmed thus far!

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SoloMiddleAgedFemale
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Interesting to note that whilst my dealer offered last May to cover hire costs, I am still waiting on that payment...........

David T
David T2 posts
  Colorado 7 RG
Tony Z
Tony ZWAPerth, WA4 posts
  Colorado 7 RG

Great Car Pity About The Spare Wheel

Purchased 2014 Colorado 7 LTZ, 5000 k on it, auto works well, great on sand even with road tyres, heated leather seats, keeps the wife happy in winter, fuel 10 lts per 100k, plenty of power, reliable, easy to drive, sit high in the car, down side Mylink only works with iPhone so have to change my mobile to get maps, but what was Holden thinking re spare wheel, 16 inch alloy with a proper road tyre on it (standard size on the LT models) but Holden filled it with foam so can only do 80kmph, LTZ has 18 inch standard, should have checked before purchased.

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Rosey
Roseyparkes3 posts
  Colorado 7 RG

clarification of review re deslyn colorado fuel problems

In regard to the comments I posted on having the same fuel problems as deslyn

Other than the current fuel problem which I hope can be rectified by Holden I really cannot fault the current 2012 holden Colorado 7 it is a comfortable car to drive and ride in and tows a jayco 20 foot caravan with ease

the fuel consumption is in the 15k to hundred range which is very economica,l would not hesitate to buy another one providing the current problem is fixed and is not ongoing.

Hoberts
HobertsSASouthern and Hills, SA5 posts
  Colorado 7 RG
tnk cruisin
tnk cruisin
  Colorado 7 RG

Not happy with colorado 7

I had mine for 18 months, spare tyre bracket came loose after a couple of weeks, front strut bushes replaced twice, fuel sensor failed, leather wearing off driver seat (will not replace due to wear and tear) only 20k on the clock, very noisy, suspension very soft, traded in on a ranger (happy now

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UnHappy
UnHappySussex Inlet29 posts
  Colorado 7 RG

Hi The STRESS level is not worth buying a Colorado 7

Hi Purchased one these had major water leaks rust under body parts and rail dust which is small rust spots all over vehicle and same issue with HOLDEN AND DEALER do not want to know or help all blame is put onto purchaser

Russell
Russell
  Colorado 7 RG
Pippi
PippiPerth3 posts
  Colorado 7 RG

Colorado7 Serious safety issue

Rear fuel tank bracket came out of its slot and twisted. The fuel tank dropped and dragged on the ground. Holden genuine part and installed Bull bar rattled loose and parts fell off. Oil leak from diff seal. Squeaking Noise from front struts. Car has done 15 000km. Holden would not fix the fuel tank as they claim we must have hit something. We did not hit anything. Holden service very poor. Don't buy this car.

Dangerous fuel tank bracket support. One end sits in a slot and is not secured. The other end bolted in.

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Mine was missing the sump guard from new and was told the same thing that I must have hit something ???

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