Sun Jun 05 14:19:02 AEST 2016

COMMODORE BLACK

HOLDEN INTRODUCES LIMITED PRODUCTION, SPECIFICATION enhanced COMMODORE BLACK EDITION
 
Holden New Zealand has released details of a limited run Commodore model which boasts significant technology and specification enhancements.  The ‘Black’ will be limited to just 130 vehicles, consisting of 90 SV6 and 40 V8 SS sedans.
 
“New Zealanders have a real affinity with new and exciting technology, and this is the first time Head-Up Display will be available in our SV6 model,” said the Managing Director of Holden New Zealand, Kristian Aquilina.
 
“Features such as this, as well as integrated Sat-Nav, are usually the domain of more expensive European models, so it’s fantastic to be able to introduce these engaging and safety orientated technologies into these vehicles.
 
“We’re building real value into this model which makes the new Commodore Black Edition an extremely attractive proposition.”
 
In addition to outstanding technology, the aesthetics of the vehicle have also been updated to reflect the name of the edition.
 
“The vehicle’s appearance has been enhanced with adornments including black accent 18” wheels, as well as fender vents, mirror scalps, grille surround, daytime running lights, surround and lip spoiler on the sedan – all of which are in black,” said Mr Aquilina.
 
Both the SV6 and SS feature the latest version of Holden’s MyLink infotainment system, including a full-colour touchscreen display, Pandora® and Stitcher SmartRadio™, Smartphone connectivity, Enhanced Voice Control and Bluetooth® with Audio Streaming.
 
The new model will be on sale at Holden dealerships around New Zealand from June 1 and will be on display at the Holden Fieldays stand at Mystery Creek (June 15 – 18).
 
The new model is available at a special offer price of $51,490 for the SV6 and $59,490 for the SS.
 
“At Holden, we’re proud to provide Kiwis with the absolute best value when it comes to specification-rich new models, and the Commodore Black is one way we can make the purchase of a new Commodore more attractive than ever before,” said Mr Aquilina.