Holden Car Insurance
Whether you’ve fallen in love with your Holden car while travelling in Australia or you’re moving to the UK and want to bring your vehicle, we offer imported Holden car insurance tailored to your needs.
Specialist cover for your Holden import
At Adrian Flux, we know how precious a vehicle can be, which is why we offer affordable cover for all imports. Whether you own a Maloo, Commodore, Monaro, Ute or Tigra, get in touch with us for a policy that’s tailored to your needs and budget.
Can I insure my classic Holden car?
Modifications aren’t all bad, though. In some cases, they could lower your premiums. This is often the case when you fit a dashcam, a towbar, or parking sensors. Let us As specialist insurance providers for classic cars, you can rest assured that if you own a classic Holden car, chances are we can and have covered it. From the famous Commodore to a 60s Monaro, call us for a quote.
Why choose Adrian Flux for Holden insurance?
Not only is our cover affordable, but it can also be tailored to suit the particular needs of you and your vehicle. Cover can include:
How much does it cost to insure a Holden Monaro?
The cost of your Holden Monaro insurance depends on a number of factors relating to both your car and yourself. This includes how you’ll be using your car and the type of cover you take out, as well as your own driving history, no claims bonus, and location.
As a result, it’s usually best to speak with an insurance company for a quote so they can take all these factors into consideration. Speak to us directly and we can look into your case.
How much is insurance for a Commodore?
Yes, when compared to non-modified cars that offer like-for-like performance, custom car cover can be cheaper. The cost of your Holden Commodore insurance will depend on a number of factors, so it’s usually best to speak with an insurance company directly to find out how much your policy will cost. Talk to us for a fast, affordable quote that’s tailored to your needs.
Holden was a subsidiary of General Motors (GM), meaning it was a sister company of Vauxhall and Opel. That being said, each marque has a significantly different history which predates its association with General Motors, and there wasn’t always overlap between when the brands were owned by GM; it wasn’t until the early 90s that Holden began to create vehicles based on pre-existing Vauxhall and Open models.
Unfortunately, Holden is now defunct. Although General Motors owned it up until 2020, the company released a statement saying they would no longer make right-hand drives. This means they left Australian and New Zealand markets entirely.