Storm special edition returns for SV6 and SS Commodores.
Holden’s value-packed Commodore Storm edition is returning just in time for the end of financial year.
Commodore sales are down around 17 per cent compared to this time last year and Holden hopes the injection of the new Storm models will bring improvements.
“The VF Commodore Storm Special Edition struck a chord with customers in 2014 and we are sure that it will do the same in 2015,” said Holden’s sales director Peter Keley.
Of course, the Commodore Storm isn’t new, Holden introduced it around this time last year but for a limited time only.
Now it’s back priced $500 above the regular SV6 and SS sedan, wagon and ute models.
So that’ll be $37,290 for the manual SV6 sedan, $39,490 for the auto and $43,490 for the V8 SS manual.
The Storm is back priced $500 above the regular SV6 and SS sedan, wagon and ute models.
The Storm adds satnav, fog lights, red contrast seat stitching and unique dark finish alloy wheels to the Commodore’s standard list of equipment which includes auto park assist, reverse camera, reverse traffic alert and MyLink infotainment with eight-inch touchscreen.
The Storm also comes with special badging inside and out.
The total value of the additional equipment is around $1200, so the $500 premium over the standard car makes the Storm a good value proposition.
However, with the 2015 Commodore range being slightly more expensive than last year’s model, the identically-specced new Storm edition costs marginally more than before.