The brand new Holden VF Commodore has been recently rated with five stars by the safety specialists at ANCAP, after being crash tested.
Good news for those of you looking to buy the new Holden VF Commodore in Australia, or its U.S. cousin, the Chevrolet SS, because the model has been recently rated with a five-star safety rating, by ANCAP, after being crash tested. The new Holden VF Commodore has scored 35.06 points out of a total of 37, with the front crash test being the most successful, with 14.06 points out of 16. The rating can be applied to all VF Commodore versions, the sedan, wagon, ute or WN Caprice.
As a quick reminder, the Holden VF Commodore SS-V, with its V8 engine, can be ordered from 45,490 AUD, while the VF Commodore Evoke, the base version, will cost 34,990 AUD. The new Holden VF Commodore is getting LED daytime running lights, integrated lip spoiler in the deck lid, new fender vents, more creases in the hood, a new rear end, heads-up display, a big navigation screen with the MyLink system, Auto Park Assist, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Reverse Traffic Allert, Forward Collision Alert, electronic parking brake and much more.