This just gives the dealer a reason to inflate the price.It's nice that those entry level cars won't be running around the US diluting the car's exclusivity. Think about the thousands of low end Mustangs, Camaros and Challengers you see on the road with their dinky wheels and tires with huge sidewalls, and unpainted rocker skirts. They look cheap and they in turn cheapen the brand.
Cool stuff costs more, and it should.This just gives the dealer a reason to inflate the price.
Agreed. That happened with the GTO with dealers refusing to let the cars go out on test drives and demanding a $5,000 bounty as a "market adjustment". A year later GM was putting $3,000 bonus cash discounts on them.Yes but inflating the price over MSRP is not cool.
Put AWD and a DCT in it and it would be perfect for our boy. What is all that stuff draped all over the interior?Not too bad for an entry-level Holden/Chevy sedan but after seeing what the Commodore SS-V and 2014 Chevy SS looks like, this just seems ugly!
Definitely something i can see TT_C6 rolling in
it was probably a test vehicle from holden or even a pre-production model that didn't have anything official on the interior.Put AWD and a DCT in it and it would be perfect for our boy. What is all that stuff draped all over the interior?
That makes sense. I thought the headliner had melted.The base model interior has not yet been revealed, and although these were parked 'accidentally' where they could be photographed, they did not want the interior seen yet.
This car will be the Commodore Omega, the fleet/rental version of the car. Surprisingly, those wheels are 16s, which look puny on the current VE too.
They also snapped a Calais sedan and wagon at the same location:
Not loving the wagon in silver...