Australian automaker Holden has taken the wraps off the Barina Trio limited edition which is based on the Barina Hatch CD but comes with extra equipment. On the list of added features we find an electric sunroof, fog lights and a MyLink infotainment system that has a seven-inch touchscreen display. Also on the menu is “Trio” badging denoting we are dealing with a special edition of the supermini. Holden has announced they will be producing 450 units this year which bring $2,000 worth of equipment for only an additional $1,000.
The Holden Barina Trio has been on sale since October 20 and will likely be offered in 2015 depending on the success of those 450 cars that will be built in the remaining weeks of this week. It should be noted that the aforementioned MyLink system comes with support for built-in apps such as TuneIn radio, Stitcher and Pandora, along with the possibility of hands-free calling and in-car navigation.