That's cheaper than what I was expecting. I'm liking the feel of the car, especially from the Holden release video. One can only wonder how Chevy will ruin it.I'm not too familiar with the Commodore but it seems as if it's not going to be a mono-spec model unlike the Chevrolet SS which seems to be just a mono-spec.
Commodore will probably keep a $30-40k USD starting price. SS will definitely cost us a pretty penny.
Say if someone wanted the "poor mans Chevrolet SS" what would be it? The Impala SS? I would say Caprice but its only being sold as a police interceptor to law enforcement agency's.
it would have to be a used one, since the Impala SS isn't made anymore.. 2009 was the last year for those...Say if someone wanted the "poor mans Chevrolet SS" what would be it? The Impala SS?
I have a G8 GXP (6M) and a CTS-V (6M). If the refinement of the SS is like the CTS-V, it might be somewhat tempting. However, the handling difference between the two is like nigth and day. The chassis on the V is much stiffer, fantastic turn in and the magnetic dampers are awesome.Going to be interesting with the pricing. That will determine if I get this or a pre- owned CTS-V.
$27 535 would be awesome but wayyy too unrealistic. $37 535 is probably it.Forbes website said $27,535 i'm guessing it was a typo and is really $37,535 for a base SS with no moonroof.
Seems like GODADDY 10 blue Daytona 500 SS's and Danica Patrick drives the #10 SS...
That is what a lot of us have speculated it at, starting with what automotive sites stated it would be priced at which is just about $45-50k.Hands down its gonna be around 45k. I'll have to wait until 2015-2016 just to buy a 2014 version.lol