Prices have risen by either $400 or $500, while the electric range-extended Volt retains its $59,990 plus on-roads price.
Barina Sedan will cost at least $500 more starting at $15,890, which also represents a $400 price rise.
The step-up to diesel power in both the Cruze and Malibu will add at least a few thousand to the price, with the former starting at $26,090 and the latter now priced from $32,890.
The attractive sub-$35k starting price for the volume-selling Commodore is gone, with the Evoke now priced from $35,490.
The cheapest way into a new Holden Colorado in the entry-level 2WD single cab-chassis will now set you back $28,390, rising to $50,490 for the range-topping LTZ 4WD Crew Cab Pick-Up.
In the SUV range, the compact Trax starts from $23,990 for the 1.8 litre four-cylinder petrol LS model and $28,490 for the LTZ with the same engine. The very-fresh LTZ turbocharged 1.4 litre model starts at $29,990.
Captiva 5 and Captiva 7 prices are up $500 across the range, with prices starting from $26,490 and $30,490 respectively.
The Colorado 7 off-roader is also up by $500, priced from $47,490 for the LT and $50,990 for the LTZ.
For more detailed information on Holden’s new price list, click here to view our Holden Specifications page.
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NOTE: All prices in this article exclude on-road costs. Contact your local Holden dealer for more information.
Holden List Price Rises
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- Barina Spark - up $400
- Barina Hatch and Sedan - up $400
- Cruze Hatch, Sedan and Wagon - up $400
- Malibu - up $400
- Commodore / Calais Sedan and Sportwagon - up $500
- Ute - up $500
- Caprice - up $500
- Colorado - up $400 or $500
- Trax - up $500 (except LZT 1.4 litre turbo - new model)
- Captiva 5 - up $500
- Captiva 7 - up $500
- Colorado 7 - up $500
- Volt - unchanged