Holden now has the 2016 European car of the year in its local stables. A starting price of just $21,990 gets you into one of the most technology-packed cars in its price bracket -- turbo engines and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto across the entire range, and on the top RS-V you also get Holden's first forward-facing, traffic-sensing camera and some very very cool headlights.
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On a new car costing less than $22,000, you wouldn't expect the world in terms of in-car entertainment and safety tech. Holden's new Astra, though, has one of the most comprehensive driver assistance safety packages and luxury features of any car in its price bracket that we've seen. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard in the cheapest model, and there's a clear progression in what you get when you step up to the premium RS and RS-V.