See the full article here. First published October 15, 2017. As we all work hard at celebrating the end of a big year and the start of a new one, we’re looking back on some favourites of 2017! Every single time we mention the word Stinger on the CarAdvice website, a small smoke haze rises out of the server as the comments section descends into a chest-beating war of words...
The Holden Equinox is here to replace the dull five-seat Captiva, bringing new technology and a more refined drive to the Australian market. Can it take on the best offerings in a hugely competitive SUV market?
As Holden winds down its Australian manufacturing operations, we take a ride with the company's design chief to see just what he - and the entire local operation - will be doing with themselves now that everything's imported...
s the sun sets on Australian manufacturing, we look back on three things we'll miss about the Australian creation — the Holden Commodore. Here, we look at that most iconic of Aussie cars: the ute.
Despite SUVs now being the 'in thing', wagons have always held a place in the Australian landscape. I'd argue that everybody had or knew somebody that had a Holden Commodore wagon (now known as the Sportwagon) in their life at some point.
Since the first Commodore rolled down the production line in 1978, Holden's modus operandi was to create a big family sedan with a big donk up front. Here, we say our last goodbyes.
As the sun sets on Australian manufacturing, we look back on three things we'll miss about the Australian creation — the Holden Commodore. Here, Mike Costello says goodbye to the iconic Ute.
As part of our larger Kia Stinger 330Si v Holden Commodore SS-V Redline comparison, we lined up both cars over a stretch of road at the Australian Automotive Research Centre (AARC) to measure 0-100km/h and 1/4 mile times. Check out the video to see how they went!
Before local production draws to a close on October 20 this year, our own Dave Zalstein heads to Holden’s Elizabeth plant in South Australia to get a first-hand look at exactly how the final-ever Holden Commodores are built… including his very own. Video credit: Archive photos courtesy Steve McNicol/Railmac Publications.
The all-new and fully-imported 2018 Holden Commodore has some mighty big wheels to fill. But is it up to the task? Paul Maric drives a pre-production version to find out. MORE: Read the full review here.
It’s hard to imagine the noise of a rumbling exhaust and angry V8 could ever get old. But, with the passing of time, the lure of a meaty V8 in a large sedan has passed Australians. Sure, it’s sad that we’re going to lose local manufacturing, but it doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate one last blast in what will arguably be known as Australia’s best bang-for-buck car – the 2017 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline...