Holden Commodore 2015
This is what Ewan Kennedy liked most about this particular version of the Holden Commodore: Affordable and easy to own, service and work on, Plenty of space in both sedan and wagon, Locally tuned suspension
The 2015 Holden Commodore carries a braked towing capacity of up to 2100 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Holden Commodore 2015 Price and Specs
|Holden Commodore Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|Evoke||Sedan||3.0L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$9,600||$14,520|
|Evoke (LPG)||Sedan||3.6L LPG 6 SP AUTO||$10,600||$15,620|
|SS||Sedan||6.2L PULP 6 SP AUTO||$22,000||$29,810|
|SS||Sedan||6.0L PULP 6 SP AUTO||$21,000||$28,490|
|Evoke||Wagon||3.0L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$11,600||$17,050|
|Evoke (LPG)||Wagon||3.6L LPG 6 SP AUTO||$10,000||$15,070|
|SS||Wagon||6.2L PULP 6 SP AUTO||$22,800||$31,020|
|SS||Wagon||6.0L PULP 6 SP AUTO||$22,000||$29,810|
Holden Commodore 2015 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Holden Commodore 2015 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Are coolant leaks common in 2015 Holden Commodores?
This is not an unknown problem with Holden’s Alloytech V6 engine and can often be traced back to a damaged gasket for the thermostat housing which is located at the rear of the engine block. And you’re right, to change this gasket which costs just a few dollars, involves removing the exhaust and transmission. The best advice is to have the thermostat itself changed while all this work is being done, as it will save you going through it all again if the thermostat ever fails (and they have been known to).
But definitely have it checked out as coolant leaks never fix themselves and a small leak today could easily be a big leak tomorrow, leaving you stranded with an overheating engine. Meantime, you might be lucky and discover that the leak is not from the thermostat housing at all. These engines are also prone to coolant leaks from a pair of O-rings at the front of the cylinder heads which can allow coolant to leak through the valley and out the back over the transmission tunnel, making you think the leak is from the rear of the V6. Don’t rule out the water pump as a source of leaks, either. The trade seems to think about 100,000km is the lifespan for an Alloytech V6’s water pump.Show more
Holden Commodore: What is the difference between the SV6 and the SV6 Storm?
The Storm was a marketing package based on the SV6 and came with specific badging, front fog lamps, and sat nav.Show more
What's a good mid-sized wagon to buy?
You’re buying a used car, it’s not new, so you have to expect some wear-and-tear issues. The older the car, the greater the wear-and-tear, and the more likely it is to have suffered mechanical failures or even a crash. That means you have to thoroughly check the car before purchase, and you have to rely on the honesty of the vendor. If the car has had clutch problems it should be recorded in the service book. It’s the same with the others you’re looking at, check them thoroughly, and if you’re uncertain have an expert check them for you. Of the three others you are considering I would avoid the Passat as a potential money pit, and go for the i40 in preference to the Commodore.Show more
Holden Commodore: A good buy?
Yes, there’s no reason to be concerned about buying a Commodore of that age and kilometres.Show more