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Holden badge to take centre stage with Chevrolet at SEMA show
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16th Oct 2014
2 min read

Holden badge to take centre stage with Chevrolet at SEMA show

The iconic Holden badge will take centre stage at next month’s SEMA aftermarket and accessories show in Las Vegas, appearing on the star of the Chevrolet stand. The Chevrolet SS Sport concept will feature a host of styling enhancements, including familiar high-gloss black 20-inch wheels, floor mats and boot cargo tray all adorned with Holden’s lion logo.
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Tim Beissmann
Chevrolet SS gains six-speed manual option, magnetic ride suspension - report
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27th Apr 2014
1 min read

Chevrolet SS gains six-speed manual option, magnetic ride suspension - report

The Holden Commodore that is exported to the US as the Chevrolet SS will soon be available with a six-speed manual transmission and magnetic ride suspension. Motor Trend reports a General Motors insider has confirmed the Chevrolet SS will soon be offered with a new stick-shift and adjustable suspension options after almost a year on sale in the world's second largest car market.
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Matt Campbell
Chevrolet SS priced from US$44,470
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4th Jun 2013
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Chevrolet SS priced from US$44,470

Americans will be forced to pay more for the Chevrolet SS than Australians fork out for its V8-powered Holden VF Commodore SS equivalent, though the US version is the clear value leader of the pair. Chevrolet has confirmed the SS performance sedan will cost US$44,470 ($45,700) when it goes on sale in the final quarter of 2013, eclipsing the $41,990 starting price of the Commodore SS that launches across Australia this month.
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Tim Beissmann
Holden VF Commodore SS gets 6.2-litre V8, HSV to go supercharged
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16th Feb 2013
3 min read

Holden VF Commodore SS gets 6.2-litre V8, HSV to go supercharged

The Holden VF Commodore SS V-Series shown this week has a 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine beneath its bright-orange aluminium bonnet, 0.2L larger than the engine in the outgoing VE Commodore SS and the same engine used in current HSV models. That means the Holden VF Commodore has the largest engine ever offered in a production Holden, while the VF Commodore weight loss program should also make it the fastest-ever production Holden.
Daniel DeGasperi