- Extensive safety features.
- All-wheel drive performance.
- Comfortable interior and great driving ergonomics.
- Excessive fuel consumption.
- Tyre noise on rough surfaces.
Drive.com.au's Sam says “Its 2.8-litre turbocharged V6 engine hails from Holden's Port Melbourne engine plant, but unlike the VF Commodore, sends drive to the front and rear wheels – a first for a Holden sports sedan.” Trent of Car Advice says “With performance the key in appealing to the Commodore faithful, the VXR has an important weapon in its arsenal: AWD. It’s adaptive, too, with a distinct FWD bias, but the system can send drive to the rear wheels as required. At launch on snow, Paul would have had more opportunity to assess that part of the drivetrain (linked below) than we did on bone dry roads in Sydney.” Holden Insignia VXR is European-sourced, but its engine is Aussie-built that is sent to Europe to be installed in many cars marketed internationally.
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