Condition report – This car has no spare key or Sat Nav. The front panel is all scratched and there’s a few small dents. Car due for service. It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 188117 kms, engine size 8, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 4,front wheel drive, petrol engine.
It was bought in Sydney NSW 2143
paid cash for the car, $5250.
There are many Holden Commodores circulating around the streets, making their way to their second and third owners. Good things to look out for if you’re buying or selling a Holden Commodore is paint deterioration or signs of peeling in the clear coat. Cars that have had more regular polishing will have a much better chance of a lasting coat. While Holden changed their servicing periods to 15,000kms, engines do much better with oil changes at 10,000kms so check the service history and see how the individual car has been taken care of. If you want to make sure the automatic transmission is still in good nic, go for a test drive and listen for strange sounds, shaking, or stickiness on shifting.
The beloved Holden Commodore 2010 range comes in either a Sedan or a Wagon with several different variations in each category. Today, the average 2010 Holden Commodore sells from anywhere between $6,000 and $19,000 if it’s in extremely good condition, with low miles, sold through a platform. Prices will vary outside of this range depending on kilometres driven, wear and tear, extra features, and the servicing history.
-Berlina: The Berlina comes in Dual Fuel and International variants and has the option of 6.0L pulp, 3.6L LPG, and 3.0L ULP engines with six or 4-speed automatic transmissions. The used Berlinas start off at about $4,500 for private sales.
-International: The International has a 3.0L ULP engine with a 6-speed auto transmission and also comes in a D/Fuel variant with a 3.6L LPG engine with a 4-speed auto trans. These start around $6,900 AUD.
-Omega: The standard Omega variation comes with the 3.0L ULP engine and 6-speed auto transmission. It also comes as a D/Fuel, D/Fuel 60th anniversary, and 60th Anniversary variations, all with a 3.6L LPG engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. These start around $5,800 AUD.
-SS: The SS has a 6.0L PULP engine and a 6-speed transmission in either auto or manual. They start selling at around $16,00 AUD.
-SS-V: These come as the standard SS-V, the redline edition, or the 60th anniversary edition and all three have the same engine and transmission options as the SS. These start around $14,900 for the SS-V, $12,000 for the 60th anniversary, and $17,900 for the redline.
-SS-V SE: This variant has the same options as the SS and starts selling in private, used sales, at about $18,000.
-SV6: This variant comes with a 3.6L ULP engine and either a manual or automatic 6-speed transmission.
-Berlina: The Berlina also has an international variant and both have a 3.0L ULP engine with 6-speed automatic transmission. They start selling around $4,500 in used, private sales.
-International: This variation has the same engine and transmission as the Berlina and starts used sales around $6,500 AUD.
-Omega: The Omega also has the standard engine and transmission setup and starts selling around $5,500. It also has a 60th anniversary edition that has a 3.6L ULP, 4-speed auto trans.
-SS:This comes with the 6.0L PULP engine with either a manual or automatic 6-speed transmission. Sales starts around $14,000.
-SS-V: This has the same options as the SS but also comes in redline edition.
-SS-V SE: Same as above.
-SV6: This only comes with a 3.6L ULP with 6-speed automatic transmission.
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