HOLDEN CARS SOLD

  • Sold in: Brisbane

    2013 Holden Barina – Sell my car

    $4000

    2013 Holden Barina – sell my car
    Condition report – Nice car
    Odometer reads – 34000 kms, Engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4×2 drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4814.
    Paid $4,000 cash for car

     

  • Sold in: Sydney

    2010 Holden Commodore – are you selling

    $5250

    2010 Holden Commodore – are you selling

    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.

    Sedan:

    -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.

    Wagon:

    -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.

    Not buying or selling a Holden Commodore? Check out our other buying and selling guides over here.

  • Sold in: Melbourne

    2012 Holden Captiva – sell my car

    $8000

    2012 Holden Captiva – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no leather or sat Nav. It needs new tyres and a full detail inside and out, a few scratches across the bumper. It’s due for a service.
    Odometer reads – 120243 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 5, FWD, Diesel engine.
    It was bought in Melbourne , VIC 3677
    Paid $8,000 cash for the car

    The current range of private, online sales for the 2012 Holden Captiva starts at roughly $6,000 and goes up to $19,000 depending on kilometres driven, fuel and transmission type, servicing history, number of owners and general wear and tear on the body and interior.

    The Captiva was Holden’s entry into family-sized SUV vehicles. As opposed to its previous European imports and Australian made vehicles, the Captiva was built in Korea. Even so, there tend to be Holden dealerships throughout the country that have access to necessary replacement parts, so servicing shouldn’t be a big issue.

    As was the case with other SUVs in the same market, the 2012 Captiva version was a move away from serious off-roading gear towards a city-safe, family-friendly car. This move was reflected in the Front-wheel-drive options as opposed to all-wheel-drive, which in turn led to a better fuel economy, also a plus for families on a budget.

    With the exception of the sporty Maxx option, all Captiva versions can be fitted with a third row of seats, ideal for families with several children or friends that come along for the ride. If all seats are used, the storage is somewhat limited however. If you’re able to fold down the back seat then you’ll get 1,565 litres of boot space. Throughout the cabin you’ll also find plenty of storage compartments including two centre consoles, several drink holders, seat back storage, a floor compartment and even a glove box cooler!

    Diesel options include either 2.0 or 2.2 litre, both turbo diesel, and a 3.0 litre V6. There are 2.4 and 3.6 litre V6 petrol engines as well. The 2.2 litre diesel option is the most economical of the lot.

    If you’re buying or selling a Captiva then you’ll need to be aware of the common problems that occur with the used models as this will affect the price you’re able to get.:

    Cam-timing belts on diesel engines need to be replaced every 90,000 kms so its important to have a record of the service history. The V6 timing chains can also stretch out and are much more expensive to replace, so be weary of an unusually noisy test drive.

    If tyres are worn in an asymmetrical pattern, it may mean that the wheel alignment is off, which is somewhat difficult to align properly in the Captiva.

    There have been a few other reports of miscellaneous problems such as fuel hose leaks, exhaust oxygen sensor failure, and issues with braking. If in doubt, get a mechanic to check things out.

    Not interested in buying or selling a Holden? Check out our comprehensive list of Buying and Selling Guides here.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2016 Holden Commodore – sell my car

    $34000

    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.

    Are you Buying or Selling a car that isn’t a Holden? Check out our comprehensive list of Buying and Selling Guides over here.

  • Sold in: Melbourne

    2008 Holden Commodore – sell my car

    $7500

    2008 Holden Commodore – sell my car
    Condition  report – The car has a couple paint chips and a few scratches around the body, It has no sunroof, no Sat nav and no leather. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer shows – 94498 kms, engine size 6, Manual transmission, seats 2, doors 2, 2 wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Melbourne , VIC 3977
    Paid cash for the car

     

     

     

  • Sold in: Brisbane

    2013 Holden Commodore sv6- sell my car

    $13000

    2013 Holden Commodore sv6- sell my car
    Condition report – the car’s front bumper has noticeable scratches and there’re some stone chips on the bonnet. It has no sunroof or leather, it needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reads – 86588 kms, Engine size 6, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4814.
    Paid cash for the car.

  • Sold in: Melbourne

    2007 Holden Clubsport – sell my car

    $19250

    2007 Holden Clubsport – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has noticeable curbing on the wheels, a few chips and scratches and general wear all around. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading is – 96000 kms, engine size 8, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Melbourne, Vic 3190
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Sydney

    2009 Holden Colorado – sell my car

    $5000

    2009 Holden Colorado – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has a few dents and scratches around the body, there are chips in the windscreen which needs replacing and the rear brakes need servicing. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading is – 107641 kms, Engine size 6, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive petrol engine.
    It was bought in Sydney, NSW 7566
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Perth

    2010 Holden Cruze – sell my car

    $1000

    2010 Holden Cruze – sell my car

    Condition report – It needs a heavy detail inside due to smoking odour. The paint on the door handles is peeling, so is the rear window tint. There’s a dent in the pillar, bumper and tailgate. The driver’s seat is also torn.

    Odometer reading is – 12,4875 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 4,  front wheel drive, petrol engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA 6058

    Paid cash for the car.

    Private online sellers for the 2010 Holden Cruze generally start their asking price around $3,000 and go anywhere up to roughly $12,888. What they will actually get for the car depends largely on the kilometres driven, number of previous owners, availability of service history with regular servicing, features and extras, and general condition of the car. The 2010 has four options including the CD and CDX, either with a 1.8 litre or 2.0 litre engines with manual transmissions running a few grand cheaper in new models. The most powerful option is the 2.0 litre turbo diesel with a 4-cylinder engine that makes 110 kW in power and 320 Nm in torque.

    Holden has gained a special place in the heart of many Australian driver’s and passengers, mostly due to the Holden Commodore that was unveiled in 1978, a truly iconic vehicle in this country. Unfortunately, not all of Holden’s products boasted the same level of quality and reliability, the Cruze included. The Cruze was a Korean-made, hastily created substitute for the costly Astra, pushing its way into an already saturated small-car market. If you’re buying or selling a used 2010 Holden Cruze then there are a few things to be aware of:

    -Between 2009 and 2011 there were several recalls of both Australian and Korean made Cruze vehicles due to a faulty drive shaft. This happened again in 2014.

    -Several reports have been made of oil and fuel leaks.

    -Several reports have been made of defective rear seatbelts and even brake failures with issues in the disc rotors and front pads.

    -Get the transmission checked out before buying or selling a Cruze. A problematic transmission is not only costly in itself but contributes to brake wear out.

    -Take a good long test drive. If you hear excessive rattling, you may be dealing with one of the many Korean-made models that came with build issues.

    -Many 2010 Cruze owners also reported faulty Air conditioning units that couldn’t cool the air, leak water on the floor, and blew out smelly air.

    Consumer reports show several more issues with this model of Holden Cruze including consistent and costly repairs, oil leaks, faulty gaskets, crumbling water houses and many more complaints. Some Cruze owners who had excellent service history and low kilometres found little fault with the model and continue to stand by the brand.

    The upsides to the Holden Cruze are the 5-star ANCAP safety rating, the six airbags, electronic brakeforce distribution, traction control, brake assist and anti-lock brakes that all come with the entry-level option. If you’re mostly a freeway driver you’ll also enjoy the impressive 5.8 litres per 100km fuel consumption rating. If a Cruze isn’t inherently faulty and is well cared for, it just may prove to be a reliable and even enjoy car.

    Whatever the case, it’s always important to have a thorough inspection from a professional mechanic to ensure you’re buying or selling a safe car.

    If you’re thinking about Buying or Selling another type of car, check out our Buying & Selling Car Guides over here.

  • Sold in: Melbourne

    2005 Holden Monaro – sell my car

    $23000

    2005 Holden Monaro – sell my car
    Condition report – There are no service books, no owners manual and no sat nav. the left mirror is broken  and needs replacing, it has an exhaust leak and it’s due for a service. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading is – 35000 kms, engine size 8, manual transmission, seats 4, doors 2, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Melbourne, VIC 3030
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Sydney

    2008 Holden Statesman – sell my car

    $3500

    2008 Holden Statesman – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no service books, no spare key, no sat nav and no sunroof. The front guard and bumper and damaged and need repairs, there’s a scrape on the bonnet and minor tear in the passenger seat. It needs a detail inside and out
    Odometer reading shows – 144365 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seat 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Sydney NSW
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Adelaide

    2007 Holden Commodore SS – sell my car

    $7500

    2007 Holden Commodore SS – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no service books, no sunroof, no leather and no sat nav. There’re cigarette burns in the front passenger seat, paint chips on the front bumper and general wear all around the body. it needs a detail inside and out .
    Odometer reading shows – 135000 kms, engine size 8, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive petrol engine.
    It was bought in Adelaide, SA 5086
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Melbourne

    2006 Holden Captiva – sell my car

    $4500

    2006 Holden Captiva – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no spare key, no sunroof and no sat nav. There’s a small dent on the bonnet and tailgate, as well noticeable general wear all around the body. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading  shows – 85500 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 5, four wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Melbourne, VIC 3145
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Perth

    2013 Holden Commodore Ute – sell my car

    $20000

    2013 Holden Commodore Ute – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has some damage to the front bumper,  a few noticeable scratches a round the body and a dent in the tailgate. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading shows – 26032 kms, engine size 8, manual transmission, seats 2, doors 2, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Perth, WA
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Sydney

    2010 Holden Commodore SV6 – sell my car

    $6500

    2010 Holden Commodore SV6 – sell my car
    Condition report – It has no books and no service history. The drivers side nedds a few repairs and the air/con controls need fixing. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading shows 101644 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 4, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Sydney, NSW 2763
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Perth

    2009 Holden Calais – sell my car

    $9000

    2009 Holden Calais – sell my car
    Condition report – There’s a scrape on the right rear, a small crack in the front bumper, a small dent and chip on the left wing and a minor dent on the passenger door. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading shows – 93 747 kms, engine size 8, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Perth,WA 6018
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Sydney

    2006 Holden Commodore Omega – sell my car

    $3000

    2006 Holden Commodore Omega – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no service books, no spare key, no sunroof, no leather and no sat nav. There’s  a crack in the rear as well as front bar and a minor dent to the front guard.
    Odometer reading shows – 113538 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, rear wheel drive petrol engine.
    It was bought in Sydney, NSW 2526
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Perth

    2011 Holden Captiva – sell my car

    $11250

    2008 Holden Captiva – sell my car
    Condition report – There are paint chips on the rear bumper, a few scuff marks on the driver side door and passenger door and it’s due for a service. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading shows – 48848 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 5, all wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Perth, WA 6107
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Perth

    2008 Holden Captiva – sell my car

    $3800

    2008 Holden Captiva sell my car
    Condition report – The car has three noticeable dents  all around, the front left tyre needs to be replaced and there’re paint chips on the bonnet.
    Odometer reading shows – 163502 kms, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, four wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Perth, WA 6081
    Paid cash for the car

  • Sold in: Adelaide

    2009 Holden Cruze – sell my car

    $1350

    2009 Holden Cruze – sell my car
    Condition report – It has no spare key, no sunroof, no leather, no sat nav and is due for a service. All four tyres need to be replaced as well as several panels which are damaged. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reading shows – 134000 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, front wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Adelaide, SA 5162
    Paid cash for the car

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The Holden Company held the spot of Australia’s top selling car for 15 years straight, a feat that hasn’t yet been repeated by another manufacturer. As car enthusiasts, we felt moved to share some information about this iconic Australian carmaker. This may be of interest to you as a loyal Holden owner looking for your next model, or if you just want to know more about the vehicle you may be preparing to part ways with. An ode to Holden, perhaps.

In 2017, Areyouselling.com.au has paid cash for a number of Holden models including: 2001 Holden Captiva, 2008 Holden Captiva, 2009 Holden Cruze, 2007 Holden Rodeo, two 2011 Holden Commodores, 2004 Holden Vectra, 2013 Holden Commodore, 2009 Holden Commodore, 2008 Holden Astra SRI hatch, 2006 Holden Commodore S. If you want to check out details of Holden purchases from this year or other years, or purchases of any other make, check ‘em out here. (Just scroll half way down).

Selling my Holden Captiva

The manufacturing of these cars dates back to 1856 as an evolution of a saddlery business owned by James Alexander Holden. After years acting as the exclusive distributer for General Motors in Australia, the two companies finally merged in 1931.

After producing car bodies for several overseas brands, Holden finally created an all-Australian vehicle in 1948. This was the Holden 48-215, better known as the “FX”. It was an immediate success and sold for just over a whopping $700 at the time. Holden continued to make successful models including the late 1970’s Holden Commodore and the 80’s Falcon, which enjoyed six years as best selling Australian car. In the 90s however, Japanese-made Toyota beat out both the Holden and the Ford in sales and maintains it’s position in best-selling brand to this day. Today the Mazda3, also from Japan, outsells the popular Commodore model.

Selling my Holden FX

In 2017 General Motors Holden announced that Holden vehicles will discontinue production, which will result in thousands of jobs lost. Many of these will be from the Headquarters in Port Melbourne as well as the manufacturing operations site in northern Adelaide. As a Holden owner or seller, you will still be able to access service from an engineering group as well as a national parts distributions centre and a global design studio. If you are selling a Holden, these might be good resources for you when considering the upkeep and servicing of your vehicle.

Holden Headquarters Selling my Holden

Interested in a little info on the specific cars you might be driving around? More than likely, if you’re a long-term Holden owner, you may well be driving some version of the celebrated Commodore (see all Commodore’s we’ve bought recently over here https://www.areyouselling.com.au/sell-my-car/?maker%5B%5D=holden&model%5B%5D=commodore). Early models of the Commodore were created to be more fuel efficient and better handling versions of the older Holdens, as reflected in the VC, the VB and the Commodore L. The 6-cylinder motor was quickly replaced in efforts to meet strict emission requirements, and electronic ignition was installed for the first time.

Selling my Holden Commodore VB

The VL Commodore was really the pioneer for emissions with the introduction of unleaded gas. Controversially, this model adopted the Nissan RB30 three litre, 6-cylinder engine. The VN brought in a new and refreshed design and the VP added rear suspensions and ABS brakes. VR was the first to have a driver’s side airbag and cruise control was offered on some updates, as well as automatic transmission.

Selling my Holden Commodore VL

There have been many tweaks and fine-tunes over the years but the VE was the first all-Australian designed commodore, not based on European Opel designs like many of its predecessors. Today, a few models particularly stand out:

The 1978 VB Commodore was built in Elizabeth, South Australia, Dandenong in Victoria, and Pagewood in NSW. It was a smaller car built to address the 1970’s oil crisis.

In 1985 the VK SS Group A was created with a powerful V8 engine that reflected the new association between race cars and common road vehicles.

Selling my VK SS Group A

The 1997 VT Commodore pushed sales back over those of the Ford Falcon, which had crept up to bestseller. Over three years, more then three hundred thousand were built, the most of all commodores to date.

With a 7.0 litre V8 engine, the 2009 HSV W427 had the largest engine ever installed in an Australian-made car and had a price tag of $155,000 to match. Only 137 were made and 30 of them went straight to elite car collections and never saw the road.

Selling my Holden HSV

The 2013 HSV GTS is the fastest car made in Australia and houses a 6.2 litre V8 and sold for $95,000. Until the Mercedes beat it out, it was the fastest sedan in the world.

By now you may have developed a quiet appreciation for the humble Holden that perhaps was amiss before. Whether you’re ready to retire your old Holden to make room for the next model in your life, or perhaps you’re selling another car to welcome your first Holden, we’ll send out some car-loving local experts to make the whole trip smooth and, dare we say, enjoyable.

 

That’s right, our process is that simple:

  • Wherever you are across Australia, we can have your old Holden off your hands in exchange for cold hard cash usually in just 24 hours
  • You can enquire with us to get an idea of how much we’ll offer you, and then we can come to you or you can visit us in one of our various locations around Australia
  • We buy any Holden as long as it’s made after 2001 and has done less than 185,000kms!

Fill out our enquiry form today or call us on 1300 788 067 to sell your Holden the easy way!

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