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Holden’s Equinox Goes Oily.

As promised by Holden, a new diesel engine option has been made available for its Equinox range.
Available across the range, the 1.6-litre turbo diesel boasts an impressive fuel economy from just 5.6L/100km, while retaining strong power and torque of 100kW and 320Nm respectively.

The third engine to be introduced in the Equinox range, the new 1.6-litre turbo diesel engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission and available in front-wheel-drive or all-wheel drive. Introduced in late 2017, the all-new Equinox now adds longer-range driving and improved fuel economy to an already impressive list of high-tech features including wireless phone charging and heated and ventilated front seats.

The family friendly, mid-size SUV is also practical, creating a life of ease with its built in hands-free power tailgate† and advanced park assist technology. Equinox also boasts a segment first safety alert driver’s seat which gives drivers a small vibration to alert them of potential hazards. This is not intended to replace the expected driver’s attention levels.

Holden’s Executive Director – Marketing, Kristian Aquilina said: “The new 1.6-litre turbo diesel engine boasts leading efficiency while remaining so smooth and refined, you forget you’re driving a diesel. The turbo diesel joins the 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre turbo petrol engines currently sold in the range, meaning we’ve got an Equinox to suit every taste, and with our extended seven-year warranty, now is a great time to buy.”

Diesel Equinox will be available at Holden dealers nationwide from 4 May 2018 and offered with a seven-year/unlimited kilometre warranty plus seven years roadside assist.
The Holden Equinox LS+ kicks off the range at $35,990 with the LT at $39,990. The LTZ and LTZ-V are $47,290 and $49,290 respectively, with all pricing a Manufacturers Recommended Retail Price.

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