Holden Commodore SS V VE Utility Review

Holden Commodore SS V VE Utility Review

Whenever we hear the name “Holden”, we know exactly what people are talking about. Yes, I am talking about the same world renowned motor company. And one of their outstanding creations is the Holden Commodore SS. Without a doubt, the SS is an awesome coupe.
Powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 6.0-litre V8 engine, the Commodore SS ute develops an adequate 260kW of power and brawny 517Nm of torque (in automatic guise) and is fitted with Holden’s AFM (Active Fuel Management) cylinder-shutdown technology in a redundant attempt to save fuel. If thirst was no concern and you wanted old-school grunt, the SS and (new for the VE series) up-spec SS-V would be for you. A sleek Sport wagon launched in 2008 expanded the appeal. The SS badge dates back to the early ’70s when it was attached to HQ performance model. In the VE, the V8 underscored its credentials [...]

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