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Holden Statesman

Holden Statesman Wheel Size

The Holden Statesman has a number of different wheel and tyre options. When it comes to tyres, these range from 225x55 R17 for Sedan in 2010 with a wheel size that spans from 17x7 inches.

Year Body Type Front Tyre Size Front Rim Rear Tyre Size Rear Rim
2010 Sedan 225x55 R17 17x7 inches 225x55 R17 17x7 inches
2009 Sedan 225x55 R17 17x7 inches 225x55 R17 17x7 inches
2008 Sedan 225x55 R17 17x7 inches 225x55 R17 17x7 inches
2007 Sedan 225x55 R17 17x7 inches 225x55 R17 17x7 inches
2006 Sedan 225x50 R17 17x8 inches 225x50 R17 17x8 inches
The dimensions shown above are for the base model. See All Holden Statesman Wheel Sizes

Holden Statesman Models Price and Specs

The price range for the Holden Statesman varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $9,300 and going to $14,960 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.

Year Body Type Specs Price from Price to
2010 Sedan 3.6L, ULP, 6 SP AUTO $9,300 $14,960
2009 Sedan 3.6L, ULP, 5 SP $9,100 $14,410
2008 Sedan 3.6L, ULP, 5 SP $7,700 $13,200
2007 Sedan 3.6L, ULP, 5 SP $6,100 $10,230
2006 Sedan 3.6L, ULP, 5 SP $4,200 $8,690
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Holden Statesman Towing Capacity

The Holden Statesman has maximum towing capacity of 2100kg for the latest model available.

Year Body Type Braked Capacity from Braked Capacity to
2010 Sedan 2100kg 2100kg
2009 Sedan 2100kg 2100kg
2008 Sedan 2100kg 2100kg
2007 Sedan 2100kg 2100kg
2006 Sedan 2100kg 2100kg
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Holden Statesman Dimensions

The dimensions of the Holden Statesman Sedan vary according to year of manufacture and spec level.

Year Body Type Height x Width x Length Ground Clearance
2010 Sedan 1480x1899x5160 mm 110 mm
2009 Sedan 1480x1899x5160 mm 110 mm
2008 Sedan 1480x1899x5160 mm 110 mm
2007 Sedan 1480x1899x5160 mm 110 mm
2006 Sedan 1459x1847x5237 mm 125 mm
The dimensions shown above are for the base model. See All Holden Statesman Dimensions

Holden Statesman Fuel Consumption

The Holden Statesman is available in a number of variants and body types that are powered by ULP and PULP fuel type(s). It has an estimated fuel consumption starting from 10.3L/100km for Sedan /ULP for the latest year the model was manufactured.

Year Body Type Fuel Consumption* Engine Fuel Type Transmission
2010 Sedan 10.3L/100km 3.6L ULP 6 SP AUTO
2009 Sedan 10.3L/100km 3.6L ULP 6 SP AUTO
2008 Sedan 12.2L/100km 3.6L ULP 5 SP
2007 Sedan 12.2L/100km 3.6L ULP 5 SP
2006 Sedan 11.3L/100km 6.0L PULP 4 SP AUTO
2006 Sedan 12L/100km 3.6L ULP 5 SP
* Combined fuel consumption See All Holden Statesman Pricing and Specs for 2010

Holden Statesman Q&As

Check out real-world situations relating to the Holden Statesman here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Why won't the engine in my 2006 Holden Statesman start?

    When you say you tried another battery, was that second battery charged up, and what’s it’s condition. Even a brand-new battery fresh from the shelf of a parts store can be low on charge and may need a few hours on a charger before it’s ready to start a car, especially one with a large engine like a Holden Statesman. If the battery was just another one you borrowed from somewhere else, it could well be about as worn out as the one you replaced. Even a battery that shows 12 volts when you test it with a voltmeter, can suddenly drop its bundle when you place it under load (such as trying to start a car with it). You need to check the battery’s current while it’s attempting to turn the engine over.

    Other possibilities could be worn out battery leads (do they get hot when you try to start the car?) a poor earth somewhere between the engine and the car’s chassis or even battery terminals that are old and crusty. Don’t rule out a failed starter motor, either. Often a worn-out starter can pole out internally, causing a huge internal short that will produce the same slow cranking we associate with a dying battery.

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  • What mid-sized SUV should I buy?

    Moving out of a Statesman you will probably want some luxury, so that's definitely not a Captiva. I'd suggest you test drive a CX-5 and a Subaru Forester, both of which get The Tick, and choose between them.

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  • Luxury Car Tax after Aus manufacturing ends?

    No one knows but I’d say it is very, very unlikely. The feds get a lot of money from LCT takings.

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  • WB Caprice Series 2 vacuum cruise control

    What you need to find is the factory instruction drawings, which will tell give you the information you want. My first suggestion would be to check Holden car clubs, you could also talk to a wrecker specializing in old Holdens, or talk to Rare Spares.

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