Complete luxury as standard.
Holden Statesman has served a long history with Holden however, its replacement, the Series II Caprice is where we set the bar for total luxury.
As far as standards go, Caprice only has one. And that's making sure it totally lives up to yours.
Caprice offers the 3.6L SIDI Direct Injection V6 engine, the touch-screen Holden-iQ system with Satellite Navigation, rear view camera and a raft of other standard features, Caprice being the perfect balance of performance and technology.
Our flagship model Caprice V-Series, adds the V8 engine with bio-ethanol^ technology, premium leather seating, superior Bose ® audio system, electric sunroof and dual screen rear seat DVD player, Caprice-V will surpass all of your expectations.
^Bio-ethanol is a blend of up to 85% Ethanol and 15% Petrol. Bose ® is a registered trademark of the Bose Corporation
More about Statesman
The New Holden Statesman was first launched in 1971 as Holden's luxury car benchmark and continued production through to 1st September 2010. During this time, there have been numerous Statesman models released including:
In October 2010, Holden superseded the Holden Statesman with the Series II Caprice range. So if you are looking for a Statesman for sale, consider the new Caprice.