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Holden Commodore (VZ)

Holden Commodore (VZ)
2006 Holden Commodore (VZ MY07) Acclaim station wagon (2015-07-03) 01.jpg
ManufacturerHolden (General Motors)
Also calledHolden Adventra (VZ)
Holden Berlina (VZ)
Holden Calais (VZ)
Holden Crewman (VZ)
Holden Monaro (VZ)
Holden One Tonner (VZ)
Holden Ute (VZ)
Chevrolet Lumina
Chevrolet Omega
ProductionAugust 2004 – July 2006 (sedan)
August 2004 – August 2007 (wagon, utility)
AssemblyAustralia: Elizabeth, South Australia (GM-Holden Elizabeth)
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
4-door station wagon
2-door coupe utility
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel-drive
PlatformGM V platform
RelatedHolden Statesman/Caprice (WL)
Holden Monaro (VZ)
HSV Z Series
  • 3.6 L Alloytec (LY7) V6
  • 3.6 L Alloytec 190 (LY7) V6
  • 3.8 L Ecotec V6
  • 5.7 L Gen III (LS1) V8
  • 6.0 L Gen IV (L76) V8
  • 6.0 L Gen IV (LS2) V8 (HSV only)
Wheelbase2,788 mm (109.8 in) (sedan)
2,938 mm (115.7 in) (wagon, utility)
Length4,876–5,033 mm (192.0–198.1 in)
Width1,842–1,847 mm (72.5–72.7 in)
Height1,440–1,527 mm (56.7–60.1 in)
Curb weight1,569–1,654 kg (3,459–3,646 lb)
PredecessorHolden Commodore (VY)
SuccessorHolden Commodore (VE)

The Holden Commodore (VZ) is a full size car that was produced by the Australian manufacturer Holden from 2004 to 2006 as a sedan, and to 2007 as a wagon and Ute sold alongside the new VE series. It was the fourth and final iteration of the third generation of this Australian made model and the last to spawn a coupé variant. Its range continued to include the luxury variants, Holden Berlina (VZ) and Holden Calais (VZ).