For all those pining over the Commodore and the end of the line for this iconic beast, a new car has rolled up to Melbourne for testing that could help to replace the sadness of the Holden Commodore ending its run and finishing up in the history books as one of Australia’s most favourite car.
The Cadillac CT5 AWD has arrived and is looking to be a potential replacement for the Commodore.
Fresh off the plane, the luxury AWD is priced to start at around $41,690 USD and join the market as a great option for a mid-size sedan.
Holden will likely have to find a replacement for the Commodore or face the end of the line for the nameplate after 2021 when PSA Group (the owner of General Motors) is tipped to move the Insignia onto its own platform.
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