2005 Holden Vz Commodore Ss Z

Holden VZ Commodore SS-Z

The VZ Holden Commodore which was released in Venerable, 2004 debuted a new contemporaries of 175 and 190kW 3.6L ‘Alloytec’ V6 engines (derived from the GM HFV6), versions of which besides mightiness the Alfa Romeo 159 and with a Turbo added, the 2006 Saab 9-3 Aero; these DOHC engines are new designs, and deliver carried on done to the VE Holden Commodore serial which was released in Lordly 2006.

A new 5L40E 5-speed robotic contagion sourced from GM was introduced on sports and luxuriousness V6 variants. The sports SV6 edition is too useable with a new Aisin AY6 6-speed manual transmittal. In January 2006, Holden introduced the new L76 6.0 L V8 to its ambit. The V8 has been somewhat detuned, with both Deracination On Need and varying valve timing remote compared to the US adaptation. From Revered 2006 Holden discontinued the VZ Holden Commodore saloon scope in way for the new VE Holden Commodore saloon. The like is to materialise to the wagon variation of the VZ Holden Commodore former during 2007.

The 3.6 L Alloytec engines are more brawny, reactive and fuel-efficient than the forthcoming pushrod ohv ECOTEC V6. Tests let shown that thither has been no borderline betterment in driveabilty, tied at roughly speeds looking and impulsive rattling standardized to the old pushrod Ecotec. Matched to all-new and upgraded transmissions they present detectable increases in well-rounded drive elaboration. Selected models convey sophisticated combat-ready prophylactic features that electronically help the driver to assert fomite restraint in pinch situations.

2005 Holden Vz Commodore Ss Z

The VZ Commodore was useable in various modelling variations. These are the Administrator, Hail, Berlina, Calais, SV6, SV8 and the SS. All the models in the VZ reach were uncommitted in saloon cast, but the Administrator, Herald and Berlina models are besides uncommitted as place wagons.

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