2017 Holden Astra

What’s next? We’ll be reviewing Holden’s sporty little European designed hatch. It’s the 2017 Holden Astra. We don’t know which colour we will get or which trim. But what we do know is it will be turbo, have 4 doors and be a lot of fun to review. Leave your comments and questions below or by using @CarTellTV on social media.

Designed and engineered in Germany has an all-new Astra’s lightweight architecture reduces the weight of the Astra by up to 160kg when compared to its predecessor. Combined with a choice of an all-aluminium 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine or a sporty 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine. For 2017 the all-new Astra promises sharp dynamics and efficient performance.

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