2019 Holden Acadia LTZ-V Road Test, Review
Holden sales stand at 5.2%, down from 7.2% this time last year. Sales of Commodore and Equinox have not met expectation. Although still in the top ten it’s been a sad slow slide for GM’s Australian subsidiary.
The Australian market is down 7.4% over all, but Toyota still leads the way with 19.5%
Holden remains undeterred, and in its latest effort to turn those sales figures around, we have this. Holden’s first GMC car, Acadia.
There are 3 grades: LT, LTZ, and LTZ-V. This is the top model, the LTZ-V.
This is the top model and retails for $67,990 drive away. Holden has opted for drive away pricing on all Acadias.
It is a big car that comes in 8 colours.
Acadia comes straight from the GMC factory in Tennessee. And I can imagine myself toting a bunch of friends around the bourbon joints.