Olympic Edition Holden Vectra, Astra and Barina at City Motors

FOLLOWING last year’s sellout success of the extra-value Olympic Edition Vectra, Astra and Barina models, Holden has released another competitive Olympic Edition four cylinder line-up.

Commemorating Holden’s involvement as a Team Millennium Partner for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, these individually specified Olympic Edition models will be produced in limited numbers. They give value and style conscious buyers the opportunity to choose a distinctive looking car with significantly upgraded levels of standard equipment for little extra cost.

The Olympic Edition Vectra sedan, for example, offers $4,000 worth of extra features for just $720 more than a standard Vectra GL. The unique Olympic Edition Astra City sedans and hatches offer $3,000 in extra features for an additional $980. The stylish Olympic Edition Barina models offer $2,500 in extra features for $330 and $450 respectively over Barina City and Swing recommended retail prices.

Holden’s marketing manager for small and medium cars Michael King said he expected high demand for the models. “We believe that some people have delayed their purchases until after the introduction of the GST – and such buyers have a very keen eye for the value for money proposition that these cars clearly represent,” Mr King said.

“It’s very much in the Holden tradition to maintain a strong competitive edge by producing limited edition, ‘value pack’ versions of our most popular models – the Olympic Edition Vectra, Astra and Barina celebrate our association with the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in a tangible way,” he said.

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