Holden





Origin: AU Australia

Founder ?

Years of Activity 1948-2020

Headquarters ?

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  • Discontinued Production

    2013-2018 Holden Calais
    2013-2018 Holden Calais Sportwagon
    2013-2018 Holden Commodore Evoke
    2013-2018 Holden Commodore Evoke Sportwagon
    2013-2018 Holden Commodore SV6/SS
    2013-2018 Holden Commodore SV6/SS Sportwagon
    2013-2017 Holden Malibu CD
    2013-2017 Holden Malibu CDX
    2010-2017 Holden Caprice
    2015-2016 Holden Astra GTC
    2015-2016 Holden Astra VXR
    2013-2016 Holden Trax
    2012-2016 Holden Barina Spark
    2012-2016 Holden Colorado
    2012-2016 Holden Colorado 7
    2011-2016 Holden Barina
    2011-2016 Holden Barina
    2011-2016 Holden Captiva 5
    2011-2016 Holden Captiva 7
    2012-2015 Holden Cruze Sportwagon
    2012-2015 Holden Volt
    2011-2015 Holden Cruze
    2011-2015 Holden Cruze
    2011-2015 Holden Cruze SRi/SRi-V
    2011-2015 Holden Cruze SRi/SRi-V
    2010-2013 Holden Berlina
    2010-2013 Holden Berlina Sportwagon
    2010-2013 Holden Calais
    2010-2013 Holden Calais Sportwagon
    2010-2013 Holden Commodore Omega
    2010-2013 Holden Commodore Omega Sportwagon
    2010-2013 Holden Commodore SV6/SS
    2010-2013 Holden Commodore SV6/SS Sportwagon
    2010-2013 Holden Ute Omega
    2010-2013 Holden Ute SV6/SS
    2010-2012 Holden Barina Spark
    2008-2011 Holden Barina
    2008-2011 Holden Barina
    2008-2010 Holden Berlina Sportwagon
    2008-2010 Holden Calais Sportwagon
    2008-2010 Holden Commodore Omega Sportwagon
    2008-2010 Holden Commodore SV6/SS Sportwagon
    2007-2010 Holden Ute Omega
    2007-2010 Holden Ute SV6/SS
    2006-2010 Holden Berlina
    2006-2010 Holden Calais
    2006-2010 Holden Commodore Omega
    2006-2010 Holden Commodore SV6/SS
    2005-2006 Holden Tigra
    2001-2003 Holden Barina
    2001-2003 Holden Barina
    2001-2003 Holden Zafira
    1998-2001 Holden Suburban
    1997-2000 Holden Barina
    1997-2000 Holden Barina
    1997-2000 Holden Barina Cabrio
    1998 Holden Commodore Royale
    1994-1997 Holden Barina
    1994-1997 Holden Barina
    1991-1994 Holden Nova
    1991-1993 Holden Commodore
    1990-1991 Holden Statesman
    1987-1989 Holden Astra
    1987-1989 Holden Astra
    1986-1988 Holden Barina
    1986-1988 Holden Piazza
    1986-1987 Holden Astra
    1985-1986 Holden Gemini
    1984-1986 Holden Astra
    1982-1985 Holden Camira
    1981-1984 Holden Commodore HDT
    1978-1980 Holden Commodore
    1978-1979 Holden Gemini
    1978-1979 Holden Gemini
    1978-1979 Holden Gemini Coup
    1977-1978 Holden Gemini
    1977-1978 Holden Gemini Coup
    1975-1977 Holden Gemini
    1974-1975 Holden Torana
    1974-1975 Holden Torana
    1969-1972 Holden Torana 4
    1968-1969 Holden Torana
    1967-1969 Holden Torana
    1958-1960 Holden Standard Sedan
    1957-1958 Holden Standard Station Sedan
    1957-1958 Holden Utility
    1956-1958 Holden Standard Sedan
    1953-1957 Holden Coupe Utility
    1953-1956 Holden Standard Sedan
    1951-1953 Holden Coupe Utility
    1948-1953 Holden

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    CA Lancia

    2020-05-20 03:40
    Great News! www.thedrive.com/news/33503/cranky-australian-senator-offers-1-to-buy-holden-brand-from-gm
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-18 19:50
    Injustice.
    FR SolanaBogon

    2020-02-18 19:07
    RIP Holden, GM screwed one more time


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-02-17 13:34
    Sadly GM has announced they will terminate the Holden brand by 2021, meaning this 164-year old marque will come to an end.


    NL Desscythe17

    2019-09-16 06:46
    HQMonaro1972 wrote


    Specifics for engines and transmissions. I worked on Commodores quite a bit so I'm covered for those, but the stuff like Kingswoods, Monaros and the like are a bit rusty on me. By specifics I mean horses, torque, and what years they were available in them.

    I ain't trusting Wikipedia. :/

    Try automobile-catalog, they seem to have a lot of info on Holdens.
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2019-09-16 02:24
    Desscythe17 wrote

    Why is it a problem? There are few people contributing to this website, and lots of cars out there, so there is bound to be missing cars.
    What kind of assistance do you need?


    Specifics for engines and transmissions. I worked on Commodores quite a bit so I'm covered for those, but the stuff like Kingswoods, Monaros and the like are a bit rusty on me. By specifics I mean horses, torque, and what years they were available in them.

    I ain't trusting Wikipedia. :/


    NL Desscythe17

    2019-09-16 00:23
    HQMonaro1972 wrote
    Do you guys realize how much of a problem it is that we're missing the entire 1970s?
    Like seriously, I'd already have it half complete, but I don't know if my information is hefty enough to make pages for cars, so if I could get any assistance from you gentlemen it would be appreciated.

    Why is it a problem? There are few people contributing to this website, and lots of cars out there, so there is bound to be missing cars.
    What kind of assistance do you need?
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2019-09-16 00:17
    Do you guys realize how much of a problem it is that we're missing the entire 1970s?
    Like seriously, I'd already have it half complete, but I don't know if my information is hefty enough to make pages for cars, so if I could get any assistance from you gentlemen it would be appreciated.


    NL Desscythe17

    2018-07-14 12:23
    So I did some maintenance on this page, as the line-up was completely outdated. Unfortunately, I can't add any new cars since the current Holden website doesn't list specifications for its cars (whatever happened to informing the consumer?)...

    TLDR: The Holden page will be empty for the foreseeable future.


    NL Desscythe17

    2013-12-11 20:32
    I don't think they will be built in New Zealand, because the whole problem is the Australian Dollar, so maybe they'll produce everything else in South Korea and the USA. I'm afraid the Commodore will be discontinued though, seeing as its sales aren't even close to what they were once. Maybe if the Chevrolet SS is a success in the US (I doubt it), they will make a successor for it, and badge engineer it into a Holden so that the Commodore can live on?

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