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Holden Commodore VFII

Holden reveals most powerful Commodore ever built – 37 years in the making Commodore VFII V8 models boast new, more powerful 6.2-litre LS3 engine Bi-modal exhaust and mechanical sound enhancer standard on all V8 sports models Front and rear Brembo brakes standard for top of the range SS V Redline Commodore VFII developed and engineered […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Sunday September 13, 2015

Holden Commodore VFII – The Countdown is on!

Holden set to reveal VFII, the greatest Commodore ever built, this Sunday

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Friday September 11, 2015

Holden Fans to Name That Commodore

Holden fans to name upcoming Holden Commodore Special Edition ‘Name that Commodore’ competition to run on Facebook from 8 – 14 January Winner to receive a week loan of a VF Commodore, signed Holden design sketch and their suggested name to appear on marketing material   Holden fans will have the chance to ring in […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday January 7, 2015

Holden Reveals Special Edition Craig Lowndes Commodore

Holden develops VF tribute model celebrating 20 years of Craig Lowndes in V8 Supercars Every car hand-finished and individually numbered at the Holden Enhancement Centre at the Holden vehicle plant in Adelaide Customers to receive exclusive, ‘money can’t buy’ experiences Pricing and specification to be released next month In September 1994, a 20-year-old rookie made […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday September 15, 2014

Commodore Marks 13 Years as Australia’s Top Selling Car

The Holden Commodore is Australia’s favourite passenger car for the 13th consecutive year after finishing 2008 as the nation’s best-seller. The result continues Commodore’s unbroken record from 1996 as the country’s leading passenger car range, extending its run as one of the modern automotive world’s longest consecutive market leadership records.

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday January 26, 2009

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