2000 Holden Statesman WH 3.6 V6 from Australia and New Zealand


The statesman is an excellent vehicle


Absalutley nothing.

General Comments:

The car is in excellent condition and is always serviced on the dot.

It is very comftorable, reliable and always looks presentable.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 16th April, 2005

2000 Holden Statesman WH 3.8 supercharged from Australia and New Zealand


The most comfort Aussies can buy


Faultless vehicle.

General Comments:

Fast and comfortable, very quiet and loads of room. Can't get much better than this, other than with a V8.

Compared with the S model, handles just as well though the extra weight is noticeable under braking.

Used fuel at rapid rate (expensive fuel, at that). Small price to pay for the performance, though.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 18th May, 2001

25th Aug 2001, 04:22

Spot on with this review of the WH Statesman. I have had the V8 version for a year now and absolutely love it. I had a Fairmont Ghia before that. Due to exchange in the next 4 months and cannot think of a better car - definitely a Statesman for me.

28th Feb 2002, 01:16

Good report, I agree with all that was said. I have owned a V8 WH for 6 months, it's a bit thirsty around town depending on how hard it's driven, but better than two my previous cars - a VS 5 litre Statesman and a VN 5 litre Berlina, both were trouble free cars, but the new one is a lot smoother and quieter.

Good job done

Mr. G.M.H.

28th Oct 2003, 16:28

After Driving a 1994 Mazda 929 for 6 Years, I have just bought my First 2002 WHII Statesman International. The car is a work of art. Drives smooth, beautifully refined and engineered. A luxury car, the leather interior, sunroof and a powerful GenIII V8 make driving a pleasure.

11th Aug 2008, 07:07

I have a WH Statesman V6 supercharged. Everything is great but I'm finding that there is water leaking into the front and back floor spaces.

I'm unable to find the leak. Any suggestions?

6th Jul 2013, 02:52

I have the same problem. Water predominantly coming from under the dash and steering wheel. Could it be coming from air vents?