Yesterday, fellow car website CarAdvice spotted that the trim levels of the new Holden Astra sedan were published online through a government vehicle registry site.
The new Astra sedan will come in three different variants – LS, LT and LTZ. The first thing that stands out is the different naming convention – LS, LT and LTZ are derived from Chevrolet’s naming system, while R, RS and RS-V are Australian nameplates that are used on the regular Astra.
Transmission wise, the base model LS will come with a six speed manual or an optional six speed automatic, while the LT and LTZ variants are only available with the six speed auto. In addition, we don’t know much about engines but we do know that a 1.4L turbo-4 producing 110kW and 245Nm will be available.
What do you think of the Astra sedan and its model grades? Let me know!