The latest ZB Commodore, launched this week is not only the first imported Commodore; it could also be the shortest lived of the lot.
The all-new 2018 Holden Commodore will go on-sale in late February 2018 from $35,990 driveaway and tops out at $53,990+ORC for the Calais-V Tourer V6 AWD.
Opel, no longer a part of GM, has announced it will switch to Peugeot platforms ASAP, meaning the all-new Commodore will be replaced again from 2021.
News late last year that Holden would continue the Commodore nameplate on imported models was met with consternation, but that feeling could be short lived.
Mark Higgins’ first drive 2015 Holden Commodore SSV review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
Holden has announced that its next-generation large car will still be called a Commodore when it arrives in 2018.