Extras added to 2017 Holden Commodore

Last Commodore produced in Australia with more features

Extras added to the 2017 Holden Commodore

Holden has released the 2017 Holden Commodore in what will be the last update of the Australian-built car.

Local production of the iconic model will wrap up this year but the lion brand has decided to go out with a bang throwing in some extra inclusions.

Amongst other upgrades the SV6 and SS will receive satellite navigation with the two models also gaining a head-up display.

The Holden Calais V will have an autodimming rear view mirror, jet black interior, a new alloy wheel finish as well an SS-V Redline steering wheel with perforated leather which will also make its way into the Caprice V.

Black exterior highlights feature on the SS-V Redline with the sedan version gaining a black lip spoiler and the ute version a black sports bar.

And all models will be available in three new attractive colours - orange, green and grey - at a cost of $550.

Pricing for select 2017 Holden Commodore auto models:


$40,490 Sedan

$42,490 Sportwagon

$37,190 Ute


$49,690 Sedan

$51,690 Sportwagon

$46,190 Ute

SS-V Redline

$57,190 Sedan

$59,190 Sportwagon

$54,690 Ute


$42,540 Sedan V6

Calais V

$48,750 Sedan V6

$56,750 Sedan V8

$50,750 Sportwagon V6

$58,750 Sportwagon V8

Caprice V

$61,490LWB Sedan V8

Buyers are encouraged to purchase their favourite Commodore before April 2017 to ensure availability.

Holden Director of Communications Sean Poppitt says the current Commodore is still in the same mould as the previous generation models.

“Commodore has always stood for leading driving dynamics, exceptional customer value and a striking road presence, and the 2017 Commodore is a perfect example of that.”

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