The range is a little hit and miss with Holden. The Aussie arm of the giant GM brand is famed for its family sedans but went backwards when it chose to build its popular Barina in Korea.
$13,690 - $17,990
Used to be a great little car, before production was shifted to Korea. Now they are pretty much Daewoos. Still sell like crazy though.
$17,990 - $47,990
A seemingly-unnecessary second Holden ute, especially considering how accomplished the brand's Ute model is.
The Colorado is a sexy thing though.
$32,990 - $57,290
Once an essential ingredient for any "typical'' Aussie family, the Commodore has taken a hit in the wake of soaring fuel prices and a resale value that reduces owners to tears. That said, still a quality, affordably family car.
$61,390 - $65,390
They've been ferrying our politicians around for years, but don't let that put you off. They remain a quality family car.
$28,990 - $46,990
Holden have hit a niche with the simply named Ute. A work car that the missus won't be embarrassed to be seen riding in.
$18,490 - $21,990
Don't. Just don't. Go for the Euro-built Astra. It is a much better option.