2017 Holden Commodore Range

2017 Holden Commodore Range Revealed


2017 Holden Commodore range simplified and remaining models better equipped.

This is it. The final locally made Holden Commodore range before local production winds up in October. So, what’s new? Well, the Calais V and SS V wagons are gone, and the six-speed manual is now only available with the V8, with V6 models only fitted with the six-speed automatic.

There are three new colours: Light My Fire (orange), Spitfire Green and Son of a Gun Grey to make the 2017 Holden Commodore truly collectable.

Existing models have had a boost in standard equipment, as per the list below:


  • Satellite Navigation

Calais V

  • New 19” alloy wheel finish
  • Electrochromatic mirror
  • Jet black interior
  • Calais lettering on rear doors
  • New “V” sill plates
  • SS-V Redline steering wheel with perforated leather


  • Head-Up Display
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Black accent 18” alloy wheels


  • Head-Up Display
  • Satellite Navigation
  • 19” alloy wheels

SS-V Redline

  • Black grille, fender vents, mirror scalps and DRL surrounds
  • Black lip spoiler
  • New “V” sill plates
  • Jade black applique on instrument panel/steering wheel
  • Black sports bar (Ute only)

Caprice V

SS-V Redline steering wheel with perforated leather.

The 2017 Holden Commodore range is on sale now, and customers are being urged to head to their local dealer promptly, with Holden stating that all models will be subject to availability after April 2017.

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