2007 VE Holden Commodore SS V – Today’s Aussie Muscle Tempter

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

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2007 VE Holden Commodore SS V 2007 VE Holden Commodore SS V

Talk about bang for buck!

The VE Holden Commodore is the first iteration of the fourth and final generation of arguably Australia’s greatest automotive moniker.

First released in July 2006, the VE replaced the outgoing VZ Commodore, and stayed in production until May 2013.

Changes made of the its predecessor were many, as the VE was an entirely new vehicle from the ground-up and the first Commodore ever to be developed from scratch by Holden.

The VE was made available to consumers in three different body styles; a four-door sedan, five-door wagon or a two-door ute.

Power came from a range of donks that included a 3.0lt (LF1) and 3.6lt (LY7 and LFX) V6 and a 6.0lt (L98, L77 and L76) V8.

Drive from these donks was sent to the VEs rear wheels via a four, five or six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission.

The VE range consisted of several different models that included the Omega, SV6, SS, Berlina and Calais.

This particular VE is a ’07 SS V which comes equipped with the 6.0lt V8 and six-speed automatic transmission.

According to the seller, the vehicle has travelled an original 108,000 kilometres from new and is in very good condition.

The VE Commodore is $14,500 and anyone interested in this V8 Aussie classic can view the full listing here.

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