The 2013 Holden Commodore VF EVOKE a brilliant embodiment of strength, style, and impeccable performance that holds the heart of every Kiwi family. Wrapped in a sleek grey attire, the Commodore is more than a car; it’s a companion that understands your passion for adventure and respect for powerful performance.
At its core, the Commodore houses a robust 2997cc petrol engine, a tremendous powerhouse that churns out a substantial 185kW of energy. Coupled with its responsive automatic transmission, every journey becomes an exhilarating narrative of speed, power, and control. Here’s where your driving experience is not just enhanced; it’s transformed, speaking the language of the road with finesse and authority.
Safety, a non-negotiable priority, is where the Commodore further solidifies its presence with a commendable 4-star UCSR safety rating. Every family trip, every solo adventure is backed by a steadfast commitment to safety, ensuring peace of mind reigns supreme
The spacious design translates into a realm of comfort, ensuring each member of the family experiences the journey with a sense of ease and relaxation. It respects the space of every passenger, making it a hospitable environment where memories are created, stories are shared, and laughter resonates.
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The 2013 Holden Commodore VF EVOKE SDN is not just another vehicle; it’s a quintessential Kiwi companion, ready to unleash the true spirit of New Zealand’s driving adventures. It’s the ultimate choice for the Holden-loving Kiwi family who values uncompromised performance, safety, and above all, the warmth of shared family journeys. Are you ready to elevate your driving experience and etch unforgettable stories on the roads of Aotearoa?