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2015 Holden Caprice V review

Let me start by saying, this car is a lot of fun, and I mean a lot of fun. Something the size of a Benz S-Class SWB shouldn't be as quick as it is (or a hoot in the corners as it is), and when it goes, it sounds angrier than a bag full of spanked cats. You could spend all your Sundays chasing cafe owners on Ducatis down mountain ranges in a Caprice V and be in their mirrors all the way laughing out loud...

2013 Holden Caprice V Review

Our 2013 WN Holden Caprice V has performed superbly as the main family car over the past two years/35,000km, having replaced an earlier 2011 WM Caprice V. Whilst the the WM Caprice V was also an excellent vehicle to drive, the WN Caprice V, sharing its active safety improvements, refined luxury interior and improved 'touring' comfort suspension with the VF Calais V, is far superior in terms of ride/handling, seat comfort, interior quietness, technology and design/quality of interior materials used...

2010 Holden Caprice Review

The Holden WM Caprice is one of the few cars I have driven that have been so well rounded it's hard to beat it on its very strong merits. I have been a long time owner of the long wheel base Holdens and the WM not only beats the previous model by a mile but makes more expensive cars look rather overpriced, this is not to say the previous generation was bad it too was a very competent car to drive...

2008 Holden Caprice Review

The WM Caprice was a natural choice when it came time to find a great value for money car with street presence and economical running costs. With only minor detail changes to the exterior styling since 2006, in great condition and with a strict detailing regimen my Evoke grey metallic example can pass off as a current model with a $60k sticker - prefect in my current job where appearances count! Performance from the high series 190kw V6 is adequate, restrained by the hefty kerb weight, however there is no doubt it is fit for purpose...

2009 HOLDEN CAPRICE Review

I always wanted to own a Statesman. After hunting around I was lucky enough to find a new Caprice V8 AFM from a dealer in Sydney (I'm from Brisbane) over the net. The vehicle had been ordered by a limo company who then did not go through with the purchase. Lucky me. Got the car delivered through a Brisbane dealership for around $18000 less than what the same Brisbane dealership would sell me one for...