How fast is a Holden SS?

Top speed:
(theor. without speed governor) 287 km/h / 178 mph

How much horsepower does a VE SS Ute have?

SS: The SS Ute is the basic V8 version with the same 6-litre V8 as the Commodore sedan with 270 kW (362 hp) and 530 N⋅m (391 lb⋅ft).

Is the VE SS a good car?

The SS has been a winner since the first day the badge was applied to a V8 Commodore, and the new car builds on that success with a good-looking new body and everything from better brakes and excellent electronic stability control to a slick-shifting new six-speed automatic gearbox.

Which Holden Commodore is the fastest?

Holden Special Vehicles GTS for Sale Powered by a 474kW/815Nm supercharged 6.2-litre V8, the W1 is the most powerful and fastest Commodore ever built and only 300 of the vehicles will be produced.

How fast is a VE Commodore?

Top speed:
(theor. without speed governor) 247 km/h / 154 mph

What engine is in the VE SS?

HOLDEN COMMODORE VE SS V PERFORMANCE AND DRIVETRAIN The American, Generation IV 6.0-litre V8 found in the engine bay of the 2012 Holden Commodore VE SS V is the same as previous VE SS Commodore in terms of layout, however, as with all new 2012 model Holden Commodores, there’s a shiny new ‘E85’ badge on the back.

What transmission is in a VE SS?

4L60E four-speed automatic.

What does SSV stand for Holden?

General Motors has been importing Aussie-made V8 Commodores to the United States and selling them as the Chevrolet SS since 2013. At its introduction, GM billed it as a “a modern interpretation of Chevrolet’s Super Sport heritage.”

What problems do VE Commodores have?

Other problems with the VE Commodore generally include some electrical problems that are surfacing with age, particularly camshaft-position sensors, a build-up of carbon on the intake valves which can cause rough running and poor economy, oil leaks and leaks from the cooling system.

How much is a ve SSV worth?

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*Private Price Guide $16,300 – $19,400
*Trade In Price Guide $12,600 – $15,700
*Average Km 225,000 – 375,000
*Price When New $54,490* Price Guide (EGC)

What is the best Commodore ever made?

First of the breed: 1978–1980 Holden VB Commodore.

  • Golden Child: 2001–2002 ‘HRT 045’ Mark Skaife Holden VX Commodore V8 Supercar.
  • Wild side: 1980 Holden VC HDT Commodore.
  • Ultimate sleeper: 1984 Holden VK Commodore / 1986 VL Commodore ‘BT1’ Interceptor.
  • Export quality: 2001–2006 Holden Monaro.
  • Is a SS a HSV?

    VL. The Holden VL Commodore SS Group A SV was the first car produced by HSV. Developed under contract to Holden, it was released in March 1988. Modifications were made to the standard Holden 5.0 litre V8 to produce 180 kW (245 PS; 241 hp) at 5200 rpm and 380 N⋅m (280 lb⋅ft) at 4000 rpm.