Holden cuts $10,000 off price of latest Commodore
HOLDEN is about to embark on its biggest ever sales push to get the Commodore back into more Australian driveways.
Holden will cut the cost of a new Commodore by almost $10,000 when the new model arrives in June, in the process rolling back prices by more than a decade.
The new VF Commodore line-up will start at $34,990 plus on-road costs with a new family and fleet model called the Evoke, which merges the old Omega and Berlina variants.
The last time the RRP of a base model Commodore dipped below $35,000 was 14 years ago, in 1999.
Holden's 226-strong dealer network was delivered the good news in a conference last Friday ahead of a cruise on Sydney Harbour hosted by Holden boss Mike Devereux.
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