GM Holden announces all of its ’12 Commodore models will be flex-fuel capable, and the product line continues improving fuel efficiency. The entry-level Commodore Omega sedan, powered by the Australian-built 3.0L SIDI V-6 engine, achieves fuel economy of 26.4 mpg (8.9L/100 km), compared with 25.8 mpg (9.1L/100 km ) on the previous model. Joining the 3.0L SIDI V-6 and 6.0L V-8 engines, the 3.6L SIDI V-6 can run on bio-ethanol/E85, a blend of up to 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. GM ...

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