Car Insurance for Holden

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, updated on June 26th, 2023       

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Holden was a renowned Australian car brand that played a significant role in the country’s automotive industry for more than a century. The company ceased trading in 2020, but with over a million Holden cars still on the roads, it's important for owners to ensure they have suitable car insurance coverage in place. That’s where Savvy can lend a hand.

Our 100% free comparison service lets you compare car insurance quotes in minutes, helping you find the best possible deal from our partners. Simply fill out an online form about you, your vehicle and the cover you’re after and receive a range of quotes to compare. Get started with a free, no-obligation quote today.

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How much does it cost to insure a Holden in Australia?

Car insurance premiums for a Holden can vary depending on a wide range of factors specific to you, your car and your insurer.

As an example, if you were looking to insure your 2019 Holden Colorado 4-door cab chassis, you could expect to pay between approximately $1,008 and $2,835 per year, or $120 and $265 per month, for your insurance if you agreed a $900 excess. This is based on the below assumptions:  

  • 40-year-old male driver living in Sydney (postcode 2000)
  • Average distance driven per year of 15,000km
  • 5+ years without making a claim (no-claim bonus Rating 1)
  • Car parked in a garage
  • No drivers of this vehicle will be under the age of 21

Please note the above premiums were sourced in June 2023 from a range of Australian car insurance providers. This quote may change depending on a number of factors specific to you and your profile.

You can compare offers for all Holden models currently available in Australia, including the following:

  • Astra
  • Calais
  • Colorado
  • Commodore
  • Equinox
  • Trailblazer
  • Trax

What factors can influence the car insurance price for my Holden?

Vehicle age and condition

The age and condition of your Holden can impact the insurance price. Older models or vehicles with pre-existing damage may have higher premiums due to the potential for more frequent repairs or replacements.

Driving record

Your driving record plays a significant role in determining insurance rates. A history of accidents or traffic violations can increase the cost of insuring your Holden, while a clean driving record with no claims or violations can result in lower premiums.


Where you live can affect insurance rates for your Holden. For example, living in a densely populated city or an area with higher crime rates may result in higher premiums, as may being somewhere prone to severe weather conditions or natural disasters.

Coverage and excess

The type of cover you choose, as well as the excess you agree, can influence insurance costs. Opting for comprehensive coverage that protects against a wide range of risks may increase your premiums. Similarly, selecting lower excesses could lead to higher premiums.

Vehicle usage

How you use your Holden can impact insurance rates. If you primarily use it for business purposes or as a rideshare vehicle, for example, it may lead to higher insurance costs compared to personal use only. 

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