Holden has teased the release date for the last-ever Commodore, with the 2016 Holden Commodore VFII set to be revealed live online on 13 September.
The Holden Commodore dominates the list of Australia’s most stolen cars so far in 2014, closely followed by the Toyota Hilux.
Holden has released full details of its Craig Lowndes SS V Special Edition Commodore with pricing from $57,990 (+ORC).
Holden has announced minor updates for the 2015 Holden VF Commodore range, including paddle shifts for the SS V Redline and full-size alloy spare wheel for SV6 and Calais.
General Motors Holden has made its decision on its Commodore replacement, and it’s already told a number of key Holden dealers in Australia.