Holden Commodore/Calais VN-Z/Monaro CV-6 - 2019 Market Review

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Holden Commodore/Calais VN-Z/Monaro CV-6

Holden VN and VP Commodores were once being trashed at such a rate it seemed none would survive to see their 30th birthdays. However, here we are with a solid sample and plenty of good V6s selling at $5500-7000.

Even the early Calais with all its electronics is holding on well enough for good ones to start appearing at Holden display days, not piling up outside the wrecker’s.

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VR-VT versions were in generally good condition however demand is running behind supply and only the best reach $5000. VTII-Z versions do better, but $7000 is all an excellent car will bring and very reasonable for a fully-loaded, 150kW sedan.

V2 Monaro V6s are scarce and prices static so it’s hard to predict if they have any long-term future.

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VN-VP V6 $4980 [41] 

VN-VP Calais $7500 [18]

VR-VT Calais $3690 [21] 

VTII-Y Calais $6165 [32]

Z Calais $7195 [23] 

Holden Monaro CV-6 $23,600 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.

 

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