The new generation of the Holden VF Commodore will get a price cut compared to the old model in Australia, once the vehicle will go for sale in June.
The official price list for the Holden VF Commodore Evoke, which is the base version, will start at 34,990 AUD, which represents a 5,000 AUD decrease compared to the Omega and the Berlina, while the new SV6, which is getting a larger V6 engine than the Evoke, will set you back for 35,990 AUD, almost 7,000 AUD less than the previous model. The automatic transmission will add 2,200 AUD more across the range.
The Holden VF Commodore SS-V sedan, which is getting a V8 engine, will become available from 45,490 AUD, 9,800 AUD less than the previous version. The Holden VF Commodore is the best-selling car in Australia for 15 years, until 2011, when it was surpassed by the Mazda3. The new Holden VF Commodore will go on sale across Australia in June, but more official details on the model will be announced on the 10th of May.
Source: Car Advice