With full details of Holden’s three limited-edition Holden Commodores due tomorrow, there have been over 2000 people register interest in the cars – with most putting money down at dealers, despite limited information being available.
CarAdvice has driven all three models and will have a full review with video Thursday January 19, 2:00 pm (so make sure you check back then).
Speaking to CarAdvice ahead of the vehicle reveals, Holden product communications manager Mark Flintoft said that it’s not just the limited models getting attention.
“Dealers are saying that there is a high level of interest in all V8 Commodore models at the moment. The limited-edition inquiry is very high, even though Holden has confirmed few details,” Flintoft said.
While we can’t reveal details about the car until the embargo lifts tomorrow at 2:00 pm, we can say that the level of interest has exceeded supply, so it will be interesting to see what lengths people will go to get their hands on one.
It’s Holden’s final year of production, with over three million cars sold over the Commodore’s 38 year history. These three limited editions will be the final new models to be locally manufactured ahead of an expected MY17 HSV range.
So if you’re even remotely interested, make sure you sign up and head to a dealer. In the meantime, check back to the site tomorrow for extensive coverage of Holden’s three new limited-edition models, we’re frantically working to prepare everything for tomorrow’s embargo lift.