Finally! They’re here – exclusive shots of the entire VF Commodore range.
No more spy shots. No more renderings. What you’re looking at are the first official images of the most anticipated, and happily the cheapest, Commodore in years.
Yes, the reports are true, the new VF is the cheapest Commodore in years, with Holden slashing prices across the range by up to 18 percent, or $10,000.
Not only are prices down, but equipment is up, with the Holden claiming the VF is the most equipped Commodore ever.
And with standard features like park assist, colour head up display, blindspot detection and ‘forward collision detection’, we believe them.
But before you click away, be sure to flick through the gallery and view the entire VF range.
They’re all there, from the base Evoke, to the SV6, Ute, Calais and the range-topping SS V Redline.
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