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The Holden Frontera is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that was sold in Australia and New Zealand by Holden, a General Motors (GM) subsidiary, between 1995 and 2003.

The Frontera is an Isuzu design, two generations of which were imported by Holden:

  • First generation (UT): badge engineered first generation Isuzu MU three-door SUV produced in the United Kingdom [1] between 1995 and 1998. The original series Frontera was offered in one level of trim, the "Sport 4 x 4", with a four-cylinder engine and manual transmission.
  • Second generation (UE): badge engineered second generation Isuzu MU (three-door) and second generation Isuzu Wizard (five-door) produced in the United States [1] The five-door models had six-cylinder engines and the option of automatic transmission whilst the three-door Sport retained a four-cylinder engine and manual transmission only.[2] During 2001, the UE Frontera was lightly updated. There were reductions in engine noise, fitment of an electronic throttle, and several interior upgrades.

The Frontera was replaced by the Holden Adventra in 2003.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Holden Frontera 1998-2005 Retrieved from www.marque.com.au on 23 February 2010 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "marque" defined multiple times with different content
  2. Holden Frontera UES Retrieved from www.carsales.com.au on 23 February 2010
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