Holden VF Commodore launched in Australia image

Holden has recently announced the official starting price of the VF Commodore in Australia, where the model will go on sale in June.

According to the Australian based automaker Holden, the new VF Commodore will arrive in the country in June, when the model will become available to its future customers from 34,990 AUD. The new Holden VF Commodore will hit the market in four trim levels, the SV6, the SS, the SSV and the Calais and it will still ride on the Zeta platform, the same one which underpinned the VE model back in 2006.

The new Holden VF Commodore entry-level will come with features like the semi-automatic parking system, Evoke boasting voice recognition activation, front and rear parking sensors, electronic parking brake, iPod connectivity, audio streaming, eight-inch color touch screen display, Holden’s MyLink infotainment system and more. All of these will be available on the 34,990 AUD entry-level version. The most expensive version, the SS V, will be launched from 42,490 AUD and it will get a 6.0 liter V8 engine under its hood. Additional details on the new Holden VF Commodore will be announced next month, close to its launch.