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The 2020 Holden Commodore came in the following variants and we’ve recorded 50 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount achieved in 2020 on a new Holden Commodore was about $11,108 or 21.04% off.

Holden Commodore LT Price Australia

2020 Holden Commodore LT

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Sedan | 5 Seat 4 Door Wagon (SUV)
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 9 Speed Automatic | 8 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Petrol | 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel
Holden Commodore RS Price Australia

2020 Holden Commodore RS

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Sedan | 5 Seat 4 Door Wagon (SUV)
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD) | All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 9 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Petrol | 6 cylinder 3.6L Petrol
Holden Commodore RS-V Price Australia

2020 Holden Commodore RS-V

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Sedan | 5 Seat 4 Door Wagon (SUV)
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 9 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3.6L Petrol
Holden Commodore VXR Price Australia

2020 Holden Commodore VXR

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Sedan
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 9 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3.6L Petrol

Holden Commodore Specifications

  • Holden Commodore Details

    Price Ranges from $ 33,690.00 to $55,990.00
    Body Style Sedan / Wagon
    Release Date From December 2017 to July 2019
    Drive Type FWD / AWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Eng Scuttle
    Compliance Plate Location Lower Pass Side Centre Pilla
    Country of Origin GERMANY
    Safety ANCAP Rating 5
    Number of Doors 4 to 5
    Seating Capacity 5
  • Holden Commodore Features

    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Summit White
      •   Nitrate Silver
      •   Abalone White
      •   Cosmic Grey
      •   Absolute Red
      •   Mineral Black
  • Holden Commodore Engine Specifications

    Size From 1956cc (2L) to 3649cc (3.6L)
    Power 191kW @ 5500rpm / 125kW @ 3750rpm / 235kW @ 6800rpm
    Torque 350Nm @ 3000rpm / 400Nm @ 1750rpm / 381Nm @ 5200rpm
    Cylinders From 4 to 6
    Number of Valves From 16 to 24
    Compression Ratio From 9.50 to 16.50
    Bore/stroke 86.00x86.00 / 83.00x90.00 / 95.00x85.80
  • Holden Commodore Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic
    Drive Type FWD / AWD
    Turning Circle 11.14
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 225/55 R17 - 7.5x17 | 245/45 R18 - 8.5x18 | 245/35 ZR20 - 8.5x20
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 225/55 R17 - 7.5x17 | 245/45 R18 - 8.5x18 | 245/35 ZR20 - 8.5x20
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / HpSt
    Rear Suspension Type 4L / 5L
  • Holden Commodore Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel
    Fuel Tank Capacity 61.7L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 2.8L/100km to 4.7L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 5.6L/100km to 9.3L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Holden Commodore Dimensions

    Length From 4,897mm to 4,986mm
    Width 62mm
    Height From 1,455mm to 1,483mm
    Wheelbase 2,829mm
    Front Track 1,596mm
    Rear Track 1,599mm
    Ground Clearance 105mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass From 0kg to 2,300kg
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Holden Commodore Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 1,800kg to 2,100kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity 750kg

Holden Commodore FAQs

PMC Says...

7.9 / 10
Holden Commodore
A fresh new take on the Commodore means buyers are presented with a fashionably entrancing and eye-catching unit. The design of this generation’s model has been completely overhauled, with intricate shape and detailing resulting in a more opulent appearance. There are front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants available, fitted within a wagon or sedan liftback body. On top of that, three engine choices, including a tenacious 3.6L V6 are at hand, which covers most if not all bases appropriately. Holden has done an outstanding job loading this new generation workhorse with contemporary safety aids, plus a variety of equipment that will embarrass competing rivals. Perhaps it’s the influence from German-based manufacturer Opel, which now produces the Commodore, but the cabin has an aura of comfort, space and simplicity. Let’s not forget either, the build on this car is now as good as it’s ever been, even if we did lose a locally produced icon in the process. Fresh off a five-star safety rating by The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), the Holden Commodore is a responsive and assured ride, plus a step in the right direction for the brand. Make it yours today.

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8.2 / 10

There's a lot riding on the 2018 Holden ZB Commodore. Is it worth the wait and, more importantly, is it worthy of the Commodore badge?

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7.9 / 10

The new Holden Commodore VXR is the replacement for the bahn-storming Commodore SS. Except it's not! Because after four generations and 40 years of hot home-grown rear-drive V8 sports sedans (and wagons and utes), the performance flagship of Holden's new imported Commodore line-up arrives as a V6 all-wheel-drive liftback. Oh and did we mention that at $55,99...

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7 / 10

It wasn't that long ago that Holden's Commodore had nothing less than a V6 engine driving the rear wheels. With the conclusion of its long and illustrious run as a locally-built car, all bets were off. For the first time since the early 1980s, you could buy a four-cylinder Commodore. And for the first time ever you get a turbocharged engine. And now - the ho...

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8.6 / 10

Rather than hogging the keys, we're slinging them to frequent site visitors, commenters and members of owner groups. The idea is to get a range of perspectives on a certain car, and pull them together in one place. Danny Joseph is a long-time Holden fan, and a current-generation Commodore wagon owner. That makes him the perfect person to spend some time behi...

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The European-designed and built ZB Commodore hasn’t got off to a great start in Australia, with sales falling way short of its Australian-built predecessor. One reason is dwindling demand for larger passenger cars with buyers flocking to SUVs, though patriotic backlash for daring to name the Opel Insignia after an Aussie icon also seems to share the blame. T...

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