Last edited by kts3502.0; 02-06-2017 at 02:30 PM.
It's like a Volvo, but good looking!
The current Commodore wagon is around 510 litres, off the top of my head, up to the luggage cover/window level - this is how they measure cars in Europe: with the seat backrests up. The new Commodore will be around 540 if I remember correctly. That 895 for VF is to the roof and it's a "slightly" inflated SAE figure.
With the seats down they measure it from floor to roof, so yes the VF is larger, and the good old VT was king.
So until you actually compare them side by side f/knows really.
It will never truly be a commodore. It will be a sales flop and by looking at the increased sales of the VF recently the old girl will do much better then this POS.
This comparison on size is an inevitable downside of calling it a Commodore, that only gives negatives whether it's among enthusiasts or potential buyers - if they called it Insignia it would simply be judged as it is, could even be successful, but calling it Commodore is on a hiding to nothing.
Does the 'Holden-isation' of it have to be so bloody half-arsed though? It looks like all they have bothered to do is swap the lightening bolt for a lion, ferchristsakes.
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