Holden Commodore Z-Series special edition 2012

by SpeedLux

Holden has launched the special edition Holden Commodore Z-Series pack, so-called ‘comfort’ and sports models across all VE body styles (sedan, wagon and ute) as well as the sports-oriented SV6, SS and SSV model variants. The Z-Series special edition brings a range of extra fruit designed to enhance the Adelaide-built Holden’s showroom appeal.

Holden’s Executive Director of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales, John Elsworth, described the new range as one of Holden’s best ever special editions.
“Never before have we put together such an exciting range that not only looks fantastic but is so feature-packed, making it outstanding value.”

Starting with the ‘comfort’ sedan and wagon, the Z-Series upgrades include 18-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps with chrome surrounds, rear park assist, rear view camera, leather appointed seats and steering wheel, Z-Series carpet mats, chrome highlighted instruments, plus a lip spoiler for the sedan and a cargo blind for the wagon.

Exterior are designed in such a manner so that it ensures you’ve got the Z include black bezel headlamps, chrome door frame openings on the sedan and Z-Series badges.

At the sportier end of the range the SV6 and SS sedan and Sportwagon cop similar treatment to the comfort models but now boast bigger 19-inch alloys (LPG SV6 sticks with 18s), and leather-bolstered seats.

The SV6 and SS ute likewise get 19-inch alloy wheels (LPG SV6 excluded), leather bolstered seats and Z-Series mats and badges. Further up the food chain, the SSV Z-Series sedan, wagon and ute get the same mats and carpets treatment, plus the handy handling hardware of 19-inch forged alloys, Brembo front brakes and FE3 sports suspension. For sun lovers, the sedan also gets a sunroof.

The company has also introduced a new colour to the VE and long-wheelbase WM range. Dubbed ‘Alchemy’ the new deep purple hue is reportedly inspired by the Holden Efijy showcar.

Well details of Pricing are as follows:
Z-Series pricing is as follows (excluding on-road costs):

Comfort Range:

2012 Holden Commodore Z-Series Sedan (petrol) – $37,990
2012 Holden Commodore Z-Series Sedan (LPG) – $40,490
2012 Holden Commodore Z-Series Sportwagon (petrol) – $39,990
2012 Holden Commodore Z-Series Sportwagon (LPG) – $42,490

Sports Range:

2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Sedan (petrol) Manual / Auto – $42,790 / $43,790
2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Sedan (LPG) Auto – $46,290
2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Sportwagon (petrol) Auto – $45,790
2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Sportwagon (LPG) Auto – $48,290
2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Utility (petrol) Manual / Auto – $38,490 / $39,490
2012 Holden Commodore SV6 Z-Series Utility (LPG) Auto – $41,990
2012 Holden Commodore SS Z-Series Sedan (petrol) Manual / Auto – $47,790 / $49,790
2012 Holden Commodore SS Z-Series Sportwagon (petrol) Manual / Auto – $49,790 / $51,790
2012 Holden Commodore SS Z-Series Utility (petrol) Manual / Auto – $42,490 / $44,490
2012 Holden Commodore SSV Z-Series Sedan (petrol) Manual / Auto – $55,290 / $57,290
2012 Holden Commodore SSV Z-Series Sportwagon (petrol) Manual / Auto – $57,290 / $59,290
2012 Holden Commodore SSV Z-Series Utility (petrol) Manual / Auto – $47,490 / $49,490

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Joni007 January 5, 2013 - 9:14 am

I’m kind of getting the feeling that the SS is more of an warmup opening act for an eventual long-term/high-volume rwd sedan return to both Chevrolet and Buick here in North America.
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