The locally-built Holden Commodore is kind of like Australia's girl next door – we fell for it almost as soon as it arrived in showrooms back in 1978.
Now, just like the girl next door who's grown into a beautiful woman, the big sedan is the best Holden has ever made. However, the end of local manufacturing means that future Commodores won't be from next door; they'll be from the other side of the world. Current prices range from $35,490 for the Commodore Evoke to $63,990 for the Commodore SS-V REDLINE MOTORSPORT EDT.
The Commodore name will live on, however, with the badge likely to adorn an imported sedan from GM's European division, Opel. But that works, in a weird way; the original Commodore was basically a reengineered version of the Opel Rekord, so the circle can be complete.
Holden Commodore Reviews
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Holden Commodore 2015 review
Used Holden Commodore review: 1997-2014
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