Holden Sedan Cars
Australian-made Holden vehicles are famous for being reliable vehicles with great features. Founded in Adelaide in 1856, they produced vehicles in Australia and New Zealand until 2017, when the Elizabeth, South Australia factory officially closed. The remaining Commodore vehicles are selling off, but the dealerships will remain in the Holden name, as a platform for selling other brand vehicles. Four popular Holden Sedan Car models are the Commodore, Austra, Caprice, and Calais.
The most successful, best selling of the Holden sedans is the Commodore. It has been part of the Holden fleet since the late 1970s. Through the years, it has perfected its design, delivering a smooth ride. The smart exterior makes it an appealing car for a variety of customers and the many models offer something different for everyone. The Commodore has released in mid and full-sized versions, and even as an ute.
Another smart design, the Austra has a modern look to rival Japanese manufacturers. Newer models feature touch screens, Bluetooth, and a smooth ride. Compared to its hatchback sister, the sedan is longer with more cargo space. Even on rough roads and steep hills, the Austra holds its own, giving riders an effortlessly smooth ride.
A luxury model, the Holden Caprice offers are a great value compared to other luxury sedans. It is roomy and powerful, with a dynamic on road presence. It is a big car with a thirst for petrol when revved up. Great at handling the rugged Australian roads, it does not disappoint. However, some have panned it as being a Commodore in Caprice clothing. Not that the best selling Holden model is anything to scoff at, but when paired with a luxury price tag, some concern may arise, particularly regarding resale value.
The Holden Calais gets major points for its attractive exterior. Originally coming out in the mid-1980's, people have always seen it as the prettier sister to the Commodore. It has a sportier design, with great detailing that will make any car enthusiast swoon. The newer models have a roomy front with smaller backseats, making it ideal for singles or people without growing children. The car shines in its modern design and features, including Bluetooth, touchscreen car audio in dash units with navigation and no need for a separate Electronic GPS Unit, USB ports, and shiny silver accents.