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 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.
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.
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