I have the 2005 Euro in Arctic Blue Pearl.
It's 13 months old and has 23,000 kms on the clock.
During that time I've never regretted the decision to buy it, what a motor
Going from a Commodore eh, you've made the decision of your life and you
have EVERY reason to be excited.
Just think though, some other poor bastard is going to be driving that
Holden is a General Motors brand, but I don't think they use it
anywhere other than Australia. The Commodore, along with the Ford
Falcon are histroically the most popular family sedans in Australia and
are they are the cars that the V8 Supercar race class is based on.
I don't think that the 4 door family sedan version of the car is sold
anywhere other than Australia, but I could be wrong.
It's very much an Australian thing, General Motors Holden.
The Commodore is currently Australia's biggest selling family sedan.
It's powered by a Buick-based engine.
There's the V8 6 litre 270Kw, a 3.6 litre V6 195 Kw and 180 Kw.
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