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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Wonderful Car To Drive — when i first got the car it needed some repairs about the car runs beautiful. performance- braking, acceleration, handling all wonderful the cost of car- heaps the car is great to drive especially long trips for the next owner well you will be impressed

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: it runs wonderful

Cons: the cost of petrol and service

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Great First Car — very reliable fun, plenty of parts, endless modification potential, crappy interiors if base model. good acceleration and can be improved easily. cheap to fix and run, can service it yourself. with good suspension is great fun to drive and cruise.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: you avoid alot of cost in servising it yourself and having access to so many cheap parts and upgrades for the car.

Cons: rattles if has crappy standard interior.

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Buy One, But Only If You Cant Afford A Newer One. — This car is an absolute blast to own and drive. Cheaper than most to repair, and parts and panels are plentiful in the aftermarket. This is GM's only locally produced car, with the nameplate starting here in 1979. GM's cars are much better when they can focus their efforts on one product instead of trying to please so many different markets... Being an almost 20 year-old car, i'd be surprised if it didnt squeak and rattle, but compared to the american equivalent used car of that era, my money's on the Commodore. Buick 3.8L V6, Turbo Hydramatic 700 (TH700) Trans, 3.08 LSD Differential, 205/65R15's more than sufficient.. Although, as any commodore owner would tell you, Keep some spare tyres handy as these cars will destroy a pair in absolutely no time at all.. As far as performance goes... do the math. 3.8L Buick + TH700 + LSD = That's a long line of cars we're coming up to, wasn't it?

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Balls-out fun

Cons: Cops like chasing them. Cops drive them too.

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Australian Icon — Performance - capa charged v6 @ 10psi, you be the judge Build Quality - needs a few refinements Appearance - speaks for itself doesn't it? Cost of Ownership - if you have the horses,you have to feed them. Fun Factor - what a question,c'mon.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: pssssst.....

Cons: prolly a lil low for entering some driveways

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Vp Commodore — love the look, feel and seat grabin acceleration of the v8 XD. suspension throws you around a bit too much for my liking. 450km to 70L :0. roomy interior and boot.excellent heater ahh. very fun to drive in wet or not

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: performance

Cons: fuel. steering rack!!

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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It's Old But Still Love It — had for 4yrs haven't had many hiccups but they've been just normal ageing stuff it's a 5L with leather seats very comfy it's been a very reliable car

Pros: reliable cheap to run for a 5L

Cons: independant rear's a pain and keeping it clean

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Good As A Geta Round When Its The Cheapest Thing Could Get — not bad for an old girl, could do lots to it to make it street but not worth spending the dosh

Pros: only a 6 cylinder, not that bad on fuel for an old bomb

Cons: turning circle of a small truck...

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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Good Reliable Car — exterior nice lookin, interior comfy, powerful enough handling good when modified to suit

Pros: reliable

Cons: softish brake pedal

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1993 Holden CommodoreReview
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I Loved This Car — This was the very first car I bought all by myself. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it. I was gorgeous. The price on it was $23,990 but I wanted it. It was several years old and I was determined to get the car of my dreams. I haggled with the salesman for three days until he finally gave in. I bought the car for $10,000. Then convinced him to put in a new windscreen, 5 new tyres, a full detail and a new arial. It was just beautiful.

Pros: Ex-Chaser, drove like a dream and cornered like it was on rails.

Cons: Broke down quite a lot

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1995 Holden Commodore Reviews

Good Car By Michael

I have been very happy with the car. Only really problem has been fuel economy. Performs really well for its age. Has great acceleration and handles nicely for a wagon. Heaps of fun to drive and look... Read More

Good Car But Needs A Few Things Done To It Thankfuly Still Under Warrenty By Keith

car has 3.8L ecotec v6 motor, handles like a dream with 16's (225x50x16) car cost me $4990 drive away from redland city autos has some minor problems like a slight water leak and transmition leak. but... Read More

1994 Holden Commodore Reviews

Great Daily Driver By Chris

great performance..tourque down low as well as in top end.. very easy to jump on the brakes and light up the rear tyres.. great build quality for the age, a car with real nice lines aggressive stance ... Read More

Nice Car By Amy

best car I have ever seen the quality brilliant, the perfomance of a lowered commodore awesome, fun to drive, the cost of ownership was 1000, i will never find another car like this. interior and out ... Read More

1992 Holden Commodore Reviews

Amazing! By Tara

I LOVE MY CAR!!! There is nothing wrong with it!! Hes old but younger than me and goes like a rocket :) Im Never ever ever ever going to sell him :) Just Wish He wouldnt need to get fixed all the tim... Read More

Conny Babe By Luke

I love my commodore it has been there for me for the last 3 years and not much has gone wrong its a lil pricey on fuel i could probably run a new V8 on the same amount of fuel. Read More

1991 Holden Commodore Reviews

Wicked Car To Own By Brett

excellent performance handles well brilliant to drive, champagne gold paint outside grey material interior, 5 spd manual transmission was the best car i had loved driving it. cost a fair bit on petrol... Read More

Its The Best Value For 3k That I Know Of. By Eric

it was cheap to buy ,v8s good for towing ,cheaper to fix than a v6 .being a xchaser its an automatic aircon & fe2 suspension. this car is so reliable & easy to drive .its not overly thirsty as long as... Read More

1990 Holden Commodore Reviews

All Over Awsome Car By Jesse

performance-it does 10.0 seconds down the quater mile it has a 6thousand dollar gear box stage 3 shift kit top and bottom end worked (engine 308 stroked to a 355ci) front brakes are vx clubsport brak... Read More

My First Car By Matt

Its rooted, I ran into too many give way signs.. actually, just the one. Exhaust is going, so it sounds like crap, some clown ran into the front of it and wrote it off. The some a$$ broke into it and ... Read More

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