The 2017 Holden Commodore range has been revealed boasting tweaked styling and enhanced technology options… some variants have been deleted.

THE LAST HURRAH for the Holden Commodore has been revealed today, with Holden detailing the refreshed 2017 range. We all know the next-generation Commodore will be an Opel Insignia derived vehicle which promises improved quality and technology.

2017 Holden Commodore range

In a statement, Holden said it believed it had saved the best of the Commodore for this last iteration. Holden Director – Communications, Sean Poppitt, said “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.”

“Not only have we added some great styling enhancements like black accents and some stunning new colours, we’ve also dialed up the technology offering with head-up display and satellite navigation available on SV6 models.”

2017 Holden Commodore range
2017 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline

The 2017 Commodore will be available with an additional three colours, including Light My Fire (orange), Spitfire Green and Son of a Gun Grey.

But it’s not all about cosmetics and sat-nav, the final Commodore range, in preparation for the end of production, has been simplified with manual transmission reserved for V8 sports sedans and utes, whilst SS-V models and Calais Sportwagon are no longer available.

Holden is warning buyers to reserve their new Commodore, especially if they want to make any personalization of the thing, before April as after that, the Commodore will be strictly limited to availability.

2017 Holden Commodore upgrades:


  • 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 
SS-V Redline
  • Black grille, fender vents, mirror scalps and DRL surrounds 

  • Black lip spoiler (Sedan only) 

  • 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 Exterior colour selection
  • Head-Up Display 

  • Satellite Navigation 

  • 19” alloy wheels 

2017 Holden Commodore Pricing:


  • Sedan AT – $35,490+ORC
  • Sportwagon AT – $37,490
  • Ute AT – $33,490


  • Sedan AT – $40,490+ORC
  • Sportwagon AT – $42,490+ORC
  • Ute AT – $37,190+ORC


  • Sedan MT – $47,490+ORC
  • Sedan AT – $49,690+ORC
  • Sportwagon AT – $51,690+ORC
  • Ute MT – $43,990+ORC
  • Ute AT – $46,190+ORC

SS-V Redline

  • Sedan MT – $54,990+ORC
  • Sedan AT – $57,190+ORC
  • Sportwagon AT – $59,190+ORC
  • Ute MT – $52,490+ORC
  • Ute AT – $54,690+ORC


  • Sedan V6 AT – $42,540+ORC

Calais V

  • Sedan V6 AT – $48,750+ORC
  • Sedan V8 AT – $56,750+ORC
  • Sportwagon V6 AT – $50,750+ORC
  • Sportwagon V8 AT – $58,750+ORC

Caprice V

  • LWB Sedan V8 AT – $61,490+ORC

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