2016 Holden Commodore – sell my car
Condition report – The car has no sunroof or leather. All wheels have been curbed and front bumper has scratches.It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 20, 507 kms, engine size 2, Automatic transmission, seats 2, doors 2, front wheel drive, diesel engine.
It was bought in Perth, 6163
paid $34,000 cash for the car
Private, online sales of both the wagon and sedan variations of the 2016 Holden Commodore range in asking price from roughly $14,00 to $56,000 with a mean price of roughly $28,000 depending on the features, kilometres driven, number of owners, service history and general wear and tear. The available variations on this model are the Evoke, the SS, the SS Black, SS V Redline, SV6, and the SV6 Black with several editions and limited time features circulating throughout current Commodore owners.
The 2016 models had several engine options in various combinations with transmissions including: 3.0L, 3.6 L, and 6.2L petrol engines. The 3.0L only has the option for a 6-speed automatic transmission, the 3.6 L comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission unless you have an SV6 Black pack which allows you to choose a manual transmission. The 6.2 L has the option for either automatic or manual 6-speed transmission.
If you’re selling a Holden Commodore in Perth, you’ll most likely be aware of the iconic status of these vehicles. Back in 1978, this long-loved Australian vehicle made it’s way into dealerships and went on to live a life of driving suburban roads, city streets, and Aussie countryside. What’s special about these latest Commodore’s is the fact that they will no longer be produced on Australian soil. If you’re selling your Commodore to upgrade to another Holden, don’t fret. You’ll still be able to enjoy these classic vehicles, but they’ll be coming over from Open in the UK, General Motor’s European company.
One of the most popular variations of the 2016 Holden Commodore lineup is the SS-V. Not only is it great value ranging between $35-$45,000 but it’s fitted with an elegantly powerful V8 engine that makes 304 kW and 570 Nm. Keen observers may recognise this engine from the all too famous Chevy Corvette. While this car can be slightly noisy and a tad sticky on the clutch, it handles very well and is a pleasure to drive.
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