- Quiet on smooth roads.
- Aesthetic wow factor.
- Heater steering wheel and seats.
- Complex and glitchy infotainment system.
- Fuel consumption.
- Lacks engine power.
Tom Fraser of Car Advice said “Bluetooth glitch aside, the interior itself is quite a nice place to be. Additionally, we can’t remember the last time we saw a sub-$50k convertible sports car with as many creature comforts as grace the Cascada. Apart from the previously highlighted heated steering wheel and heated and ventilated front seats, the Cascada is also equipped with automatic headlights, daytime running lights and digital radio (DAB+). There’s not a whole heap of choice in terms of direct rivals, but if you do decide on a Cascada, you know you’re getting a lot for your money.”
And Ewan of Cars Guide thinks “This is probably the most comfortable open-top car we have ever experienced”
Despite the car's insatiable appetite for expensive fuel, our car experts rated 2016 Holden Cascada fairly high.
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