GM Holden Ltd. is introducing a new version of its Australian-built Commodore large sedan that produces less horsepower than the model it replaces. The entry-level Commodore V-6 will make 235 hp, down 7 hp, or 2.8%, from its predecessor and 27 hp less than its rival in the segment, the Ford Falcon sedan. Fuel efficiency rises to 22.2 mpg (10.6 L/100 km) from the previous model’s 21.6 mpg (10.9 L/100 km). GM Holden says in a statement this is a result of an upgrade for its Alloytec V-6 ...

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