You’ve just seen pictures of the new VF Commodore. And there’s an opinion in you dying to be heard. An educated, articulated opinion, of course, because you know your stuff.
We want to hear it. This is, after all, the last Commodore ever.
Or is it? Holden boss Mike Devereux threw a cat among the pigeons on Friday by saying that Holden has started work on the VF Commodore’s replacement, due in 2017.
So tell us two things.
1. In your gut, what do you truly, honestly think about the VF Commodore? Has Holden nailed the styling, or stuffed it up?
2. Is this the last true Commodore? Would you buy a Commodore if it was really just some American thing, with a sandpapery V6 and front-wheel-drive?
You don’t need an account to post a comment so please, crack those fingers and be frank. We want to hear it. And so does Holden.