- Space and comfort.
- Efficient and effortless once up to speed.
- Large wagon.
- Engine feels tardy and slow to react.
Many buyers will choose a super-sized but under-specced large SUV for around $42,000. Others may consider the racy little Skoda Octavia or classy compact Mazda6 – both of which are great options.
Arguably, however, the Holden Commodore SV6 delivers the finest combination of large SUV-rivalling space and practicality, and the performance and dynamics expected of a sporty sedan or wagon.
Its 'average' fuel economy is also partially offset by cheap servicing (just $239 for the first four annual or 15,000km check ups and $299 for the following three).
While the loud and proud V8 hogs the VF Series II Commodore limelight, the V6 continues as the quietly impressive and deservedly popular alternative.” Daniel DeGasperi of The Motor Report.
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