Thursday, 21 April 2016

Reviewing the Holden Commodore

The Car
The Commodore is the brand’s last homegrown vehicle so it has all the advances possible. It starts with an impressive exterior followed by a torque that goes from 0 to 100km/h in under 5 seconds. The V8 engine can be realized with the bi-modal exhaust that lets you experience both sound and feel.

The Commodore handles bumpy roads well with a stabilizer bar at the back with springs to absorb much more movement for a stable drive. Corners are also managed just as well with its rear-wheel drive. To complement the V8 engine, we recommend the Brembo brake upgrade.

The Interior
The Commodore is marketed as a five-seater but we recommend only 4 to stay comfortable due to the room required in the middle for the rear-wheel drive transmission tunnel. The boot space is generous and luxurious with leather and suede.

Overall
There isn’t much to dislike about the Commodore which is a real bargain since it is home-grown. The Smarter Finance Company can help you with the finances so call us today.

Reviewing the Holden Commodore