Com­modore cut to

The VF is up to $10K cheaper than the car it re­places

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Car News - JOSHUA DOWLING NATIONAL MO­TOR­ING EDI­TOR joshua.dowling@news.com.au

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

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