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Holden Crewman Pricing and Specs

2007 Holden Crewman


From $4,300

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

2003 to 2006

$3,400 - 10,010

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Year Price From Price To
2007 $4,300 $9,680
2006 $3,900 $10,010
2005 $3,700 $9,460
2004 $3,400 $8,910
2003 $3,700 $7,920
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Holden Crewman FAQs

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  • Holden crewman clunking noise

    Have the diff mounts checked; they're likely to be the cause.

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  • Crewman Cross8 clutch

    I would approach Holden with a claim for part compensation, the only to do it is through your dealer in the first instance, and then direct to Holden of the dealer rejects you. If you do choose to make a claim against Holden have all your documentation available to give to them, and that includes the car’s service history. You also need to be able to support your claim that you haven’t abused the transmission. If they did agree to your claim, and I doubt they would, they would most likely supply the parts to rebuild it, and leave you to pick up the tab for the labour.

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  • VE Commodore ignition coil failures

    Ignition coil failures have been an often reported failure on Commodores going back a number of models; it's not necessarily something new. I couldn't say the others will fail any time soon, after all the two failed coils did 184,000 km before giving up.

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