Commodore cut to
The VF is up to $10K cheaper than the car it replaces
THE new Holden Commodore goes on sale today before its showroom debut next month.
As exclusively revealed by News Limited on Sunday, the sharp new pricing rolls back the cost of a new Commodore by more than a decade.
The base model— now called Evoke— starts at $34,990 plus onroad costs, $5000 less than the outgoing Omega. The biggest savings are on the sports and luxury models, prices of which have been slashed by almost $10,000.
The drastic reductions reflect the real prices Commodores have sold at over the past few years, but now everyone will get a fairer deal, not just those inclined to haggle. The equipment list shows that every model— including all sedans, wagons and utes— get a rear view camera, front and rear sensors, self-parking technology, and Pandora and Stitcher apps embedded into the sound system.
In short, the VF is the bestequipped vehicle line-up yet produced in Australia.
Top models will also get a heads-up display which reflects the vehicle speed and other information into the driver’s line of sight, blind-zone warning, forward crash alert and a raft of other features. Holden says it has been able to
Fairer deal: The VF is the best-equipped vehicle line-up yet produced in Australia