Fantastic Performance, easy handling, long distance capability fantastic, Performs well and low noise
I like the comfort of adjustable manouvering with the front seats, plenty of leg room back and front, clear vision through windshield, dashboard does not block any view. The car has been very reliable and maintained. Running costs around $100 a full tank. Needs regular service to maintain performance.
Owned it for close to 8 years and never had a problem.
Q:How would I best describe my VS Commodore?
A: A product of its management.
One thing that buyers of this car-age-demographic often forget is that this car is likely to be subject to two main factors affecting it's performance and behaviour:
1) How it was driven and maintained in its earlier years.
2) How you choose to drive and maintain it.
Ownership and maintenance: One of the best features of cars of this era is the fact that it still encompasses an element of owner serviceability; that is, most home/backyard mechanics can mainta...in them with ease. Routine services, minor repairs and a raft of modifications can be easily done with a modest selection of tools and intermediate mechanical knowledge. Assuming that you chose to utilise a trustworthy mechanic to maintain it for you, you'll find that VR/VS Commodore parts are relatively inexpensive, making servicing much cheaper. Second hand parts are cheap and easy to get, Wrecking yards/ebay/gumtree are all choking with VR/VS parts of every description.
This is my wife's car. It has been a real sweet vehicle. It just passed 302,000 kms.
It may be 15 years old, but it is a great car. Built to last for many, many years of driving pleasure to come. Solid, comfortable and reliable. Easy to park, drive and handles well.
The starter motor lasted 301,000 kms as did the ignition barrel. Everything else was great.
Tyres last an average of four and a half years. Standard features are good, too - even if there was no added electric windows or a trip computer. She has used premium fuel - RON 95, that ...
Questions & Answers
My brake lights come on when i turn my headights on. I have taken out the fuse and the brake lights still come on. They flicker after a bit and then turn off. When i press the brake pedal the parker lights come on. With the fuse out for the brakes the parkers dont come on. Any help greatly appreciated.
That seems like it's extremely likely to be a electrics problem. As it's difficult to find electrode faults so i would recommend to take the car to a holden australia workshop or even better - perhaps a reasonable auto electrician workshop may be able to help.
I also found ultratune auto service centres experts at diagnosis and repairs of faults
I'm having problems with my vs commodore when I get to 60km my revves go stupid and I notice today that my radio light is fading in and out does anyone know what is wrong with my Lola?
|Category||Cars and Sedans|
|Transmission||Automatic and Manual|
|Drive Type||Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)|
|Fuel Consumption||7.4 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||59 L|
|Engine||6 Cylinder 3.8L|
|Max Power||147kW @ 5200rpm|
|Max Torque||304Nm @ 3600rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Australia|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
|Release date||Jan 1995|
|Discontinuation date||Dec 1997|
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