2015 Holden VF Commodore unveiled

Holden is giving its VF Commodore some minor updates for 2015.

Across the range, the electronic power steering system has been modified to enhance both feel and response. There are now three distinct settings called ‘Touring’, ‘Sport’ and ‘Sport and Competitive’ that vary according to trim grade.

Holden VF Commodore SS V Redline (2015) Front Side

The last of those steering calibrations is reserved exclusively for the SS V Redline model. It also gains black 19” split-rim alloy wheels, a new black interior and, when automatic transmission is specified, steering wheel paddle-shifters. Furthermore, a black finish for the roof panel is going to be available as an option for the first time with selected body colours.

Improved reversing camera software and a couple of additional paint shades are among the other changes. Choosing which VF Commodore version to buy should be slightly easier than before, as both the base-spec Caprice and LPG-powered SV6 have been discontinued.

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