Calais. For some it’s a place to go to on holidays and experience life in another country. For Australians it may ring a bell as a nameplate that came from our own car builder. Holden first showed off the Calais in 1984 as part of the VK Commodore range. The VK was available with a […]Read More 2018 Holden ZB Calais Tourer V6 AWD
Holden’s VF Commodore has been with us now for a couple of years, having being given a light redesign on the exterior from the VE and a good working over for the interior for the main part. There’s some weight reduction and added tech underneath as well. A update is due soon and Holden tends […]Read More Holden SS Storm Sportwagon review.
A certain car magazine recently bemoaned what drivers will miss out on in coming years, with the change to more technological features in our chosen chariots. Ripping up a handbrake lever to drop a skid on the tarmac or dirt, for example, or fiddling around with cassettes whilst hanging onto the steering wheel with one […]Read More Powering Into History: HSV’s ClubSport R8 Enhanced.
It’s been said the Holden VF SS-V Redline ute is a two door sports car with a 2000 litre boot. That’s the easy part. The not so hard part is explaining why: Alloy Block 6.0L V8. User friendly six speed manual and clutch. 270kW/530Nm. A not terribly heavy body. Some nifty technology not normally seen […]Read More Taking It To The Redline: Holden’s VF SS-V Ute.
With the large car market in Australia suffering and the evergreen Holden Commodore being usurped by a small Mazda, Holden’s taken off the gloves in a bid to reinvigorate the market by releasing the Z-Series. Available across the Commodore range, including the SS, it’s broken into a Comfort and Sports line. The entry level cars, […]Read More Catch a few Z’s with Holden’s Z-Series