The first oil shock marked the end of the over consumptions big V8 engines in 1973. Proving the market leaning towards smaller powered engines, Holden took advantage and in 1978 gave birth to the Commodore, a new design to replace the previous full sized holden vehicles. A year later the second oil shock shined light on the future of economy. Proving the Commodore, a popular choice. Spanning over 5 Generations the 5th marking the end of production in Australia. Holden will no longer manufacture but import, Meaning Commodore will always be around and getting your hands on a detailed Holden Commodore Service Manual from eManualOnline is just the solution. Whether your a shop owner who wants the exact specifications or DIY who likes a guiding hand, eManualOnline makes it easy with only a few clicks.
Holden Commodore spanned over 5 generation. With the previous 2 designed for economy the 3rd marked the beginning of a new era. The VT Commodore was released after a 10 year gap of development, with high expectations the VT Commodore outperformed public expectancy. Winning the 1997 Wheels Car of the Year award, Australia's most prestigious automotive award and being the fourth award in Commodore's history.
With the new found popularity of the VT Commodore in the late 90’s. GM-Holden had the demand and enough funds to revive the Holden Monaro along with an upgrade from the ancient Holden 308 V8 to a Chevrolet GEN 3, AKA The Famed LS1. Before it received its 2000 refreshing, It was the most popular car in Australia.
With all the success of the VT Commodore, Australia finally had a taste of “Their Own Car”. The VE Commodore was the first all Australian designed Commodore. But the climax denounced with unwelcoming announcements in 2013, the Commodore would end production in Australia and confirmed that the Commodore badge will be inherited by its replacement based on the second generation Opel Insignia.
Holden Commodore came in as a savior to the second shock oil crisis helping the Australian public get back on their feet, and before the Australian Holden Commodore stepped down it was known as Australia's most popular car beating the Ford AU Falcon. Instead of letting your historic Commodore rot away treat it as a hero with a Holden Commodore Repair Manual from eManualOnline. With up to 11 Commodore submodels to choose and still with more to add don't miss out.