HOLDEN is about to embark on its biggest ever sales push to get the Commodore back into more Australian driveways.
Holden will cut the cost of a new Commodore by almost $10,000 when the new model arrives in June, in the process rolling back prices by more than a decade.
The new VF Commodore line-up will start at $34,990 plus on-road costs with a new family and fleet model called the Evoke, which merges the old Omega and Berlina variants.
The last time the RRP of a base model Commodore dipped below $35,000 was 14 years ago, in 1999.
Holden's 226-strong dealer network was delivered the good news in a conference last Friday ahead of a cruise on Sydney Harbour hosted by Holden boss Mike Devereux.
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