To maintain interest in the Commodore, Holden has released the Commodore Black which is available on SV6 and SS models from now, attracting a $1000 premium.

THE HOLDEN COMMODORE BLACK has been revealed as Holden tries to maintain interest in the Commodore which will end production next year (2017). The Commodore Black is available on sedan, sportwagon and ute bodystyles from mid-April.

According to Holden, the Commodore Black edition builds on the kit already offered on SV6 and SS. It adds, “Stylish, black exterior design features, complemented by unique 18-inch alloy wheels give the Black edition an increased road presence whilst the addition of red contrast stitched seats provide a premium interior feel”. In addition it offers sat-nav and colour heads-up display as standard.

“With Commodore Black, we’ve chosen to combine the style of those black design features with the substance of advanced technology, usually only reserved for our top-of-the-range vehicles, said Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley.

Commodore Black gets:

  • Colour Head Up Display (HUD);
  • Satellite Navigation;
  • Black grille, DRL surrounds and mirror scalps;
  • Black lip spoiler (sedan only);
  • Unique 18-inch alloy wheels with black finish on the wheel ports;
  • Red stitching on seats;
  • Unique “Black Edition” carpet floor mats (front only); and
  • Exterior Black Edition badging.

On sale from mid-April, Commodore Black is available for an additional $1000 above the recommended retail price of a Commodore VFII SV6 and SS.


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