While the business name traces back to the 19th century, Holden started building cars in its own name in 1948 with the launch of the now legendary 48-215. Read More
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The Holden Trax is a decent small SUV. Trouble is it has to compete against some great small SUVs.
In 1.8-litre guise it lacks vim, something overcome by the 1.4-litre turbo in more expensive variants.
Apart from that it is a nippy and fun drive with a good level of tech for its era and a decent-sized 387 litre boot to aid its credentials as a city runabout.
Sadly though, the Trax never received autonomous emergency braking, which is a key safety aid.