The 2017 changes will be the last applied to the Commodore range, and come straight after HSV’s announcement of its MY17 Commodore-based range updates.
The Commodore range has been adjusted slightly with SS-V sedan, wagon, and ute and Calais Sportwagon models.
Manual options have also been streamlined with the SV6 manual cut from the order sheet leaving the V8-powered SS and SS-V Redline sedan and ute as the last remaining manual variants.
Holden has also added some gear to other variants in the range with the Calais now scoring satellite navigation as standard and the more premium Calais V gaining new 19-inch alloy wheels, jet black interior, Calais lettering on the doors, new V sill plates and an SS-V Redline steering wheel.
Pricing starts at $42,540 (plus on-road costs) for the Calais sedan - a price rise of $1250 - and $48,750 for the V6-powered Calais V and $56,750 for the V8-powered variant, a minor price hike of $760 for both.
Commodore SV6 variants gain a head-up display, navigation and black accented 18-inch alloy wheels. Now only available with an automatic transmission prices kick off at $37,190 for the ute, $40,490 for the sedan and $42,490 for the Sportwagon, an increase of $1000.
SS versions now get a head-up display, navigation and 19-inch alloys as standard.
Priced from $47,490 for the manual sedan and $43,990 in ute guise, a jump of $2500, while an automatic transmission adds another $2200. The Sportwagon variant is priced from $51,690 and is auto only.
Holden's most performance focused model, the SS-V Redline, scores a black grille, fender vents, mirror tops and DRL surrounds, new V sill plates and a black finish on the instrument panel and steering wheel. Sedan version get a black lip spoiler while the ute variants score a black sports bar.
The sedan SS-V Redline is priced from $54,990, the same as the 2016 model. While SS-V Redline ute also cost $1500 more at $52,490. An automatic transmission adds $2200.
The auto-only $59,190 Sportwagon also costs $1500 more.
The luxury-focused Caprice V now costs $61,490, a price increase of just $500, while gaining an SS-V Redline steering wheel.
Three new exterior colours have been added to Holden's palate; spitfire green, light my fire (orange) and son of a gun grey, each costing $550.
As production of the Australian-built Commodore comes to a close Holden issued a warning to potential buyers that after March orders will subject to availability as part of the production shut-down process.
Evoke Sedan auto - $35,490
Evoke Sportwagon auto - $37,490
Evoke Ute auto - $33,490
SV6 Sedan auto - $40,490
SV6 Sportwagon auto - $42,490
SV6 Ute auto - $37,190
SS Sedan manual - $47,490
SS Sedan auto - $49,690
SS Sportwagon auto - $51,690
SS Ute manual - $43,990
SS Ute auto - $46,190
SS-V Redline Sedan manual - $54,990
SS-V Redline Sedan auto - $57,190
SS-V Redline Sportwagon auto - $59,190
SS-V Redline Ute manual - $52,490
SS-V Redline Ute auto - $54,690
Calais Sedan V6 auto - $42,540
Calais V Sedan V6 auto - $48,750
Calais V Sedan V8 auto - $56,750
Calais V Sportwagon V6 auto - $50,750
Calais V Sportwagon V8 auto - $58,750
Caprice V Sedan V8 auto - $61,490
Pricing excludes on-road costs.
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