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2015 Holden Commodore Calais-V Sportwagon

CNET takes a long drive from Sydney to Melbourne in a Holden, Australia's home-country car brand, encountering deep sand and kangaroos on the way.

By 30 May 2015

Typical price: $54,913.00



It has its share of annoying quirks and faults, but iQ is admirable for its impressive feature set and unique inclusions.

By 29 April 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating 29 April 2011

Pricing not available


Holden Caprice V (WM Series II)

The Series II refresh brings the Caprice's entertainment and nav package into the 21st century, adding to its virtues of space and athleticism at a reasonable price.

By 24 June 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating 24 June 2011

Typical price: $69,990.00


Holden Commodore SS-V (VE Series II)

If you're willing to pay for its drinking habit, the SS-V is a fine car. It handles excellently, rides just as well, offers acres of space and now has an entertainment and navigation system that's fully featured and generally easy to use.

By 15 April 2011

4 stars Editors' rating 15 April 2011

Typical price: $55,290.00


Australia's own Holden Calais-V Sportwagon (pictures)

Australian automaker Holden, a division of GM, offers the Calais-V Sportwagon, a comfortable and capable car for road trips.

17 Images By 30 May 2015

Editors' Take

Holden Cruze SRi-V (JG Series II)

From the end of March, the Cruze switches to local production. The top-of-the-range SRi-V gains a new 1.4-litre turbo engine, sat nav, 7-inch screen, DVD playback and 10GB hard disk.

By 28 February 2011

Typical price: $27,990.00

Editors' Take

Holden Commodore Omega (VE Series II)

The revised Commodore features a new touchscreen entertainment system and E85-capable engines across the range. iPod connectivity, climate control, reversing camera, and Bluetooth hands-free and streaming are also standard.

By 31 August 2010

Pricing not available


Holden to cease manufacturing in Australia

The company has cited the strength of the Australian dollar, high cost of production and the small size and competitiveness of the local market.

By 11 December 2013


​Generation YouTube: Today's fastest-rising stars aren't coming out of Hollywood

Thanks to the popularity of online media sites like YouTube, mainstream entertainment soon may look more like that kid clowning around in front of a laptop camera.

By 23 April 2015


Four tidbits on YouTube star Michelle Phan even fans won't know

Backed by 7.6 million followers on YouTube, the beauty guru's empire is so diverse even people least likely to watch her Barbie makeup transformation know her name. The online star still has a few secrets.

By 25 March 2015