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2016 Holden Calais V Sedan Review

The Holden Calais V sedan remains the best large luxury car in its price bracket, even as the end approaches.

50 Years of Holden Wagon:Calais V Sportwagon v EH Holden Special Station Sedan

The humble station wagon has been the cornerstone of Australian family transport for over half a century. However, since Ford stopped production of the Falcon wagon back in 2010, your only option for a locally made, sedan-based hauler has been the Holden VF Sportwagon – in both Commodore, and Calais guise...

2014 Holden Calais Review

A year following its introduction, is the VF generation Holden Calais still a worthy entry-level luxury car?

Holden Calais V v Mercedes-Benz E250: Comparison Review

For the fourth and final round of our new Holden Commodore comparison tests, we've lined up perhaps its toughest contender yet. In previous tests, the Commodore SV6 has ousted its classic Australian rival, the Commodore SS just beat a price-point French hot hatch, while the Commodore Evoke Sportwagon lost against a Japanese medium wagon competitor...

2009 Holden Calais V-Series Review

The VE range has grown better with age Model Tested: 2009 Holden VE Calais V-Series; 3.6-litre, SIDI six-cylinder, petrol; six-speed automatic; sedan - $56,790* Options: Fitted: Metallic Paint $500 (Karma); Full-Size Alloy Spare Wheel $350 Not Fitted: Sports Suspension & LSD $690; Electric Sunroof $1990 CarAdvice Rating: Aging isn't always kind...

2009 Holden Calais Review & Road Test

2009 Holden Calais V8 AFM Review & Road Test Has the luxo-Commodore moved with the times? Model Tested: 2009 Holden Calais V8 AFM, automatic - $52,290 Options: Onyx Leather Inserts - $3000 Sunroof - $1990 Full Size Alloy Wheel Spare - $350 Satellite Navigation - $1990 CarAdvice Rating: - by Karl Peskett A few years ago the moniker "Calais" used to have an air of sophistication about it...

2007 Holden Commodore VE Calais V6 Road Test

Holden’s Calais has always been the ‘bee’s knees’ of the Holden sedan line-up (aside from long wheel base models). The Calais was always jam packed with the latest goodies, along with a silky smooth ride to complement the drive. The new Calais still lives at the top of the range, but the Calais moniker has been segmented into two guises – the regular Calais and the Calais V...