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Mike Stevens | May, 10 2013 | 31 Comments


Holden releases full list of prices, features and specifications for new 2014 VF Commodore range.

Holden has handed down all of the details on its new VF Commodore family today, following a spill earlier in the week that saw a complete list of significant price cuts surface online.

Today's announcement, which includes a full features list, follows the official unveiling earlier this year of the top-shelf Calais V and SS-V models.

Also revealed today is the new entry-level Evoke model, which will kick off at $34,990 and debut a new Auto Park Assist system, able to autonomously steer the car into either a parallel or 90-degree parking spot.

Savings on official RRP figures range from $5000 to $9800, with every model in the range benefiting from advanced technologies new to the Holden family.




The 2014 VF Commodore range opens with the new $34,990 Evoke, which replaces both the Omega and Berlina in the outgoing VE Series II line-up.

Power in the Evoke models is provided by Holden's familiar 3.0 litre SIDI V6 petrol engine, producing 185kW and 290Nm of torque. Fuel consumption is listed at 8.3 l/100km.

The entry-level Evoke is equipped with six airbags, electronic stability control, ABS and traction control, and the new Auto Park Assist system.

There's also automatic-release electric park brake, Hill Hold Control and Hill Start Assist, Trailer Sway Control and ISOFIX child seat anchor points.

Other standard features include 16-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, single-colour instrument display with vehicle information, trip information, fuel economy and warnings/messages.

Holden's eight-inch centre display is also included, with the MyLink infotainment system, iPod integration and Apple Siri Eyes Free, enhanced voice recognition and Bluetooth audio streaming.

Blind Spot Alert and Reverse Traffic Alert can also be added as optional extras.

SV6 And SS

Beyond the Evoke are the 210kW/350Nm 3.6 petrol SV6 and the 270kW/530Nm 6.0 litre V8 SS models, both featuring an identical equipment spread.

Adding to the Evoke's standard features are a sports body-kit with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, Sportec/cloth combination seat trim, Blind Spot Alert and Reverse Traffic Alert.


Also powered by a 6.0 litre V8, the SS V adds 19-inch alloys, front fog lamps, leather-trimmed seats, sensor key with push button start, footwell lamps, eight-speaker audio and a DVD player.

The instrument cluster display is upgraded to colour, and Satellite Navigation is also standard in the SS V, with live traffic updates, traffic management control and points of interest.

SS V Redline

Upgrading to the extra-special SS V Redline adds forged 19-inch wheels, Brembo brakes and updated FE3 sports suspension, a colour head-up display, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, nine-speaker Bose audio and, in the sedan, a sunroof.

“The Holden engineering team is really proud of what they’ve been able to achieve with Redline. VF Redline also has wider rear wheels for extra traction and includes competition mode with launch control and track settings for the true enthusiasts who participate in track days,” Holden Sales & Marketing boss Philip Brook said.

“We launched the Redline range at Series II and it’s been a huge success. Within two years it’s carved out a spot at the top of the ladder as the absolute best in luxury, sports performance.”


Running parallel to the sports range, the 3.6 litre V6 Calais upgrades on the Evoke kit by adding leather-appointed seats, 18-inch alloys, chrome highlights, sensor key with push-button start, a colour instrument display, LED daytime running lamps, Blind Spot Alert and Reverse Traffic Alert.

Satellite navigation can also be optioned in the Calais.

Calais V

Revealed earlier this year, the 6.0 litre V8 Calais V's upgrades include 19-inch alloys, eight-way power-adjusted driver seat, colour head-up display, nine-speaker Bose audio (sedan only) and a DVD player.

There's also heated front seats, satellite navigation, rain-sensing wipers, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert and, in the sedan, a sunroof.


PRICING (Excludes on-road costs)

Recommended retail prices, excluding dealer delivery and government charges:



VF pricing


Evoke (auto only)

$39,990 (Omega)


- $5,000

SV6 (manual)




SS (manual)




SS-V (manual)




SS-V Redline (manual)




Calais (auto only)




Calais V V6 (auto only)




Calais V V8 (auto only)




Sportwagon body style adds $2000 including GST (auto transmission only)
Automatic transmission adds $2200 including GST (Sports models only)
Prestige paint adds $550 including GST




  • Blind Spot Alert / Reverse Traffic Alert - $350
  • Satellite Navigation - $750 (Available September 2013)


  • Satellite Navigation - $750
  • Sunroof (Sedan only) - $1,990
  • Rear wing spoiler (Sedan only) - $500
  • Leather Appointed seats - $1500


  • Satellite Navigation - $750
  • Sunroof (Sedan only) - $1990
  • Rear wing spoiler (Sedan only) - $500


  • Sunroof & Bose® Audio Package (Sedan only) - $2490
  • Rear wing spoiler (Sedan only) - $500

SS-V Redline

  • Rear wing spoiler (Sedan only) - $500


  • Satellite Navigation - $750

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