Holden Commodore

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 $33,690 for the Commodore LT to $55,990 for the Commodore VXR (5YR).

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

Editor's Pick

Holden Commodore 2018 review

The new ZB Holden is a whole lot more Commodore than you may realise. Whether it lives up to its reputation is another matter.Read more

2018

Holden Commodore RS liftback 2018 review

Everyone has a soft spot for the family car we all had once upon a time, and seeing an updated Commodore got everybody a tad nostalgic. But there's nothing old about this Commodore.Read more

Holden Commodore RS-V 2018 review: snapshot

The sports-flavoured RS-V sits in the middle of the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, with a list price of $46,990 in Liftback guise or $49,190 as a Sportwagon.Read more

Holden Commodore RS 2018 review: snapshot

The $37,290 RS Liftback marks the second rung in the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, sitting $3600 above the LT. Read more

Holden Commodore LT 2018 review: snapshot

The $33,690 LT marks the entry point to the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, and can also be had in Sportwagon form for an extra $2200.Read more

Holden Commodore VXR 2018 review: snapshot

The $55,990 Commodore VXR forms a new performance flagship for the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, replacing the SS models of the past.Read more

2016

Holden Commodore VFII SS-V Redline sedan 2016 review

Tim Robson road tests and reviews the VFII Holden Commodore SS-V Redline with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

VFII Holden Commodore SS-V Redline Sportwagon 2016 review

Richard Berry road tests and reviews the Holden Commodore SS-V Redline Sportwagon, with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

VFII Holden Commodore SS-V 2016 review

Paul Gover road tests and reviews the VFII Holden Commodore SS-V with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2015

Used Holden Commodore review: 2006-2015

The end is nigh for the Australian built Holden Commodore, with the factory closing down in October.Read more

Price Guide

$44,840

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$33,690

Highest Price

$55,990

Range & Specifications

2018 Hatchback
LT
MSRP
$36,690
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
LT (5YR)
MSRP
$36,690
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Hatchback
RS
MSRP
$37,290
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
RS (5YR)
MSRP
$37,290
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Hatchback
RS-V
MSRP
$46,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
RS-V (5YR)
MSRP
$46,990
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Hatchback
VXR
MSRP
$55,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
VXR (5YR)
MSRP
$55,990
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Wagon
Calais Tourer
MSRP
$47,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
LT
MSRP
$38,890
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
LT (5YR)
MSRP
$38,890
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Wagon
RS
MSRP
$39,490
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
RS (5YR)
MSRP
$39,490
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2018 Wagon
RS-V
MSRP
$49,190
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
RS-V (5YR)
MSRP
$49,190
ANCAP Rating
TBA