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2007 Holden Commodore SVZ Ute And Wagon Special Edition

Its clear now that the Holden VE Ute and wagon are coming. The life cycle of the current model ute is about to end and to help maintain sales before the new model rocks up, Holden have come out with a Special Edition Commodore SVZ Ute And Wagon. Available now, the 2007 Commodore SVZ Ute offers a six-speed manual transmission from $29,990 and a five-speed automatic from $30,990...

Victorian Police Force Holden VE SS Commodore

When we previously mentioned the Victorian Police force got their hands on Chrysler's 300C, the Victorian police media unit got a little annoyed as we tried to link the revenue raised from speeding tickets as the funding source for their 300C...

NT's Holden SS Commodore Police Cars

Seems like there is a competition on who can get the best police cars, from QLD Police getting their hands on FPV Typhoons, to NSW police getting a Lotus, all these Speeding tickers really are paying for something! Not to be outdone, the men in blue in Northern Territory have got their hands on some brand new Holden VE SS Commodores. The 270kW, 6...

Wheels Names Holden VE Commodore Car Of The Year

When I heard that Wheels had named the Holden VE Commodore range as the "car of the year", I started wondering why anyone still even buys wheels? Every single cover that I've looked at in the last year seems to have some sort of 'Ford XR6 vs Commodore SS vs XR8 vs GTS vs HSV etc etc etc"... comeon guys, there really are other types of cars apart from the Falcon and the Commodore...

Holden Exports the VE Commodore

We might be at war in the middle east, but when it comes to business, the middle east is a great market as Holden has found out. Continuing it's very successful business model for its Commodores, Statesman and Caprice, Holden has started exporting the all-new generation export versions of Commodore, Statesman and Caprice from Adelaide’s AAT Port to its largest export market, the Middle East...

Toyota Aurion vs Holden VE Commodore Fuel Consumption

In this day and age, its still okay for car companies to be releasing V6s with a fuel economy of around 12/100km. Why is it okay? Mainly because consumers are still game to pay good money for big V6/V8s. Nonetheless, the V6 market is set for a change with Toyota releasingthe all new Toyota Aurion this November...

Holden VE Commodore Fuel Consumption

UPDATE 25/07/06: Holden has released the Fuel Consumption Figures for the Holden VE Commodore Range. Click here to see the figures So yesterday saw the launch of the new Holden VE Commodore and with it came a ton of information from Holden's PR team. Most of that was covered in this post...

Holden Commodore SS the Pontiac Grand Prix

Drive reports that the Holden VE Commodore SS is set to embark on a new mission overseas. The SS Commodore is set to become the next Pontiac Grand Prix. Converting the Commodore to left hand drive and setting it up to run in the US will cost around GM around $20 Million AUD. Holden has developed a secret plan to pitch the new VE Commodore SS to its parent General Motors as a Pontiac sports sedan model in the USA...

Holden VE Commodore Launched

Holden today (16th/July) unveiled the all-new Holden VE Commodore range. The 2006 VE Commodore is Australia's first $1 billion car program and the most homegrown development project in almost 60 years of Holden vehicle production. The fourth generation Holden Commodore is by far the safest and most technologically advanced Commodore to date...

Holden VE Commodore Launch

Update 16/July/2006: Holden has Launched the new VE Commodore If you are a Holden fan then tomorrow is going to be a big big day for you. Holden is set to show the all new and much anticipated Holden VE Commodore. A few weeks ago I wrote about the Holden VE Commodore and mentioned that Holden is set to display the Family Sedan on the 16th of July...

Holden Commodore with Electronic Stability Program (ESP)

GM Holden has announced that ESP will become standard on the Commodore Range due for release in the third quarter of 2006. This is great new from Holden and brings the standards of Australian Built cars to a new level. There is no word from Ford Australia if they will follow Holden and introduce the ESP system in the Falcon range...