Holden has slashed prices of its new VF Commodore by up to $10,000, with buyers not only saving at their hip pocket, but getting significantly more equipment for their money.
Officially releasing images and technical details of the VF range this morning, Holden has confirmed the new base Commodore, the Evoke, will cost $34,990.
That’s $5000 cheaper than the base model it replaces and makes it the cheapest and best equipped Commodore in years.
All new VF Commodores will come standard with enhanced voice recognition, park assist technology, rear-view camera and an electric parking brake.
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Prices of the VF Commodore range:
Evoke - $34,990 (down $5000)
SV6 - $35,990 (down $6800)
SS - $41,990 (down $5800)
SS V- $45,490 (down $9800)
SS V Redline- $51,490 (down $6300)
Calais- $39,990 (down $8000)
Calais V V6- $46,990 (down $9800)
Calais V V8- $52,990 (down $9000)
Sportwagon body styles add $2000, while automatic transmissions (excluding Evoke and Calais which are auto only) adds $2200.