2016 Holden Commodore to surge to the finish line with a sports variant that will be the most powerful mass-produced large car in Holden history. New 2016 Holden Commodore greets many drivers for its great design. From the speculated informant related to this car, the engines’ design of Commodore SS is only offered with the 360 horsepower 6.0-liter V8, it is considered as the outclassed engine by the all-new Ford XR8’s 450 horsepower supercharged 5.0-litre V8, so it will be better for the drivers.
2016 Holden Commodore Specs
2016 Holden Commodore receives LS3 power that is regarded as a well-created machine, this output would likely raised to around 425 horsepower. However Motoring points out there are two more powerful versions of the naturally-aspirated LS3 in Oz. The SV LS3, available in the HSV R8 Commodore, has a high flow exhaust and other upgrades to produce 455 horsepower, while the previous-gen R8 LS3 available in current HSV ClubSport and Maloo models produces 435 horsepower.
2016 Holden Commodore Using the more powerful LS3 engines would put output of the Holden 2016 Commodore closer to that of the supercharged XR8, however it would also force HSV to revamp their product lineup to offer more performance than standard V8 Holdens. For that reason, we see Holden opting for the standard Chevrolet-sourced LS3 in this scenario.
Here, considering the power of this 2016 Holden Commodore, Holden will keep its beloved Commodore nameplate for a made-in-China sedan, an insider is alleged to have said that it will be easier to explain to buyers that something has changed about a car they know rather than introduce a new and unfamiliar nameplate. 2016 Holden Commodore is expected to remain a special place in the hearts and in the pockets of the buyers because the price will be low in the hope the car’s size SUV in Europe.