Hey Australia, thanks for those RWD Chevys, but now that the Commodore is dead, and noone’s interested in boring ass Equinoxes it’s time to say sayonara.
The Holden Commodore will be axed in 2020 after a 42 year run, most of it as built in Australia large RWD sedan and one of the country’s most popular cars.
Blame SUVs, but the Holden Commodore and Astra are going away, and will be withdrawn from the Australian market by the end of 2020.
The Holden Project Monaro is a restored 2004 CV8 with 214,000km on the clock. It has new paint, restore engine, upgraded suspension, and retrimmed interior.
The limited edition 2019 HSV Colorado SportsCat R has black paint, grille and 18″ wheels, and red highlights for the bonnet, grille, and tonneau cover.
The 2018 Holden Colorado Z71 Xtreme has Australian developed fender flares, suspension, winch bar, light bar, 18″ tires, side steps, and more.
The Vauxhall Cascada was axed from the UK and Ireland range months ago, but no-one noticed, and now the last cars have been sold spelling the end.
The RWD Holden Commodore SS, with its 304kW (408hp) 6.2-liter V8 and 6-speed manual, will be replaced in 2018 with the 3.6-liter V6, AWD, auto only VXR.
The NG Holden Commodore VXR has a 3.6-liter V6 with 235kW (315hp) and 381Nm (281 lb-ft), Twinster AWD, a 9-speed automatic, and Brembo brakes.
The 2017 (BL) Holden Astra sedan is a Chevrolet Cruze sedan with a different grille and bumpers. It goes on sale alongside the Opel based Astra hatch.