Holden VE Ute SV6 II is a car that marks the latest version of Australia’s most popular sedan when inim with utilities and a long wheelbase of the luxury vehicle . This model is taken from the formula that has made the Commodore into a fantastic national car sales for 14 consecutive years with the introduction of smart technology, multimedia, increase economical fuel consumption, and capacity to run on environmentally friendly bio-ethanol.
VE Series II brings a lot of multimedia features through the allnew infotainment system that provides features Bluetooth, USB and iPod integration on a very charming. This technology is known as the Holden-iQ, which is a system that is controlled through the touch-screen smart user-friendly set of directions amid a fresh interior design on all models.
This technology also improves the function of music plug-and-play and the capacity to store up to 15 music CD in the internal flash drive, this system also features a sophisticated satellite navigation on select models including live traffic condition alerts to help drivers avoid delays from the causes of congestion .
Commodore’s smart technology extends to the Series II with the powertrain line-up is capable of providing improved fuel economy further to all models. Holden model uses a 3.0-liter V6 engine is efficient, because it can achieve fuel use as much as 9.1 liters in a distance of 100 kilometers in the official ADR81/02 test. It rose two percent with the addition of 13 per cent fuel economy gains made in September last year when the Direct Injection Spark Ignition engine technology was introduced to the Commodore range.
The 3.6 litre SIDI V6 used to power premium Commodore models makes average fuel economy gains of more than three per cent by while all luxury and performance models powered by Holden’s Gen IV V8 improve on average by more than six per cent.
In a major step towards creating a cleaner Australian fuel landscape, Series II customers will also be able to run their cars on bio-ethanol, known in many markets as E85; a blend of up to 85 per cent ethanol and 15 per cent petrol.
Bio-ethanol is a renewable fuel that can be made from a range of waste products from the production of wheat and sugar and even household garbage. In Australia today use of the fuel reduces lifecycle CO2 emissions by up to 40 per cent when compared to petrol. A first for an Australian-made car, Series II models powered by the 3.0 litre SIDI V6 and 6.0 litre V8 engines will have flex-fuel capability, allowing them to run on Bio-ethanol, E10, Unleaded, Premium or any combination in between.
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