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|Subject: sedans and Sportwagons Sun Jul 24, 2011 5:24 pm|| |
Commodore V-Series: introduced in October 2006, the Commodore V featured air conditioning, a sports-oriented body kit including 17 inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler and colour-matched wing mirrors and exterior door handles.
Commodore Lumina: debuted in June 2007 with a luxury theme including the Berlina grille and the original Calais V seven-spoke alloy wheels. Specified identically to the V-Series with exception to the rear spoiler, the Lumina saw the addition of rear parking sensors and Bluetooth connectivity.
Commodore 60th Anniversary: released on 1 May 2008 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 48-215, Holden's first vehicle. Aside from the unique 18 inch alloy wheels, leather seat inserts, and "60th Anniversary" badging, the anniversary model is essentially identical to the Lumina in terms of both equipment and styling.
Commodore International: sedans and Sportwagons entered production in mid-March 2009. Internationals are appointed with launch VE Calais V alloy wheels, front foglamps, a six-disc CD changer, leather upholstered trim and steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity and rear park assist. Holden reintroduced the International in October 2009. Offered in sedan and Sportwagon body styles, the second iteration was fitted with the 3.0 litre SIDI V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission; a 3.6 litre LPG Alloytec V6 engine with four-speed automatic transmission option was available for the sedan only. Extra features include 18 inch alloy wheels, Berlina front grille, leather seat trim and steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity and rear park assist for the sedan (already standard on Sportwagons).Anadrolfire damage restoration