$33,690, that’s the new starting price for the new fully-imported Holden Commodore.
Holden has just confirmed pricing and specification details for the new Commodore, the model beginning a new era in 2018 with the traditional Aussie-built Commodore going by the wayside.
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Sourced from Opel in Europe, the Holden large car will be offered in four-cylinder turbo-petrol and turbo-diesel, and V6 guises.
The Commodore wagon (or ‘Sportswagon’) returns as well, available across three variants and priced from $35,890.
Standard features in the base-model LT car will include:
- Nine-speed auto transmission
- 17″ alloy wheels
- Auto headlights
- Push button ignition
- Reverse camera
- Autonomous emergency braking
- Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
- Powered driver’s seat
While Holden has also confirmed it will retain the long-established Calais and Calais V variants.
The LT and Calais 2.0 litre models can be optioned with the diesel engine for an additional $3,000.
2018 Holden Commodore Sedan (Liftback) Pricing:
- LT 2.0-litre turbo – from $33,690
- Calais 2.0-litre turbo – from $40,990
- Calais-V V6 AWD – from $51,990
- RS 2.0-litre turbo – from $37,290
- RS V6 AWD – from $40,790
- RS-V V6 AWD – from $46,990
- VXR V6 AWD – $55,990
2018 Holden Commodore Sportwagon Pricing:
- LT 2.0-litre turbo – from $35,890
- RS 2.0-litre turbo – from $39,490
- RS-V V6 AWD – $49,190
While drive-away pricing is also available on selected models, see your Holden dealer for details.
“The next-generation Commodore is a stunning vehicle that’s already getting rave reviews in Europe in Opel Insignia guise,” Holden Marketing Chief, Mark Harland
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