The Storm package adds satellite navigation, front foglights, unique 18-inch dark-finish alloy wheels, red contrast stitching, and Storm exterior badging and dashboard embroidery to the SV6 and SS sedan Sportwagon and ute for just $500 more than each model’s recommended retail price.
Holden’s release notes that the Storm special edition is not available with optional leather-appointed seats.
Holden executive director of sales Peter Keley says the Commodore Storm is back by popular demand and says he’s confident it would once again be a favourite with Australian buyers.
“The VF Commodore Storm special edition struck a chord with customers in 2014 and we are sure that it will do the same in 2015,” he said.
2015 Holden Commodore Storm pricing (before on-road costs):
SV6 Storm manual $37,290
SV6 Storm auto $39,490
SS Storm manual $43,490
SS Storm auto $45,690
SV6 Storm auto $41,490
SS Storm auto $47,690
SV6 Storm manual $33,990
SV6 Storm auto $36,190
SS Storm manual $39,990
SS Storm auto $42,190