The sucess of the VN was evident from day one. Cleaning up the Car of the Year awards and returning Holden to the top of the Best selling car list for 1989.
The 3.8L V6 boasted the same power as the old carburettored V8. The engine was a localised version of a US design, with locally developed engine management computer.
The V8 was a locally produced and designed 5 litre with 165kW of power, was optional on all of the range.
A release of the VG utillity was the first commercial since the WB ended production.
3.8 L EFI V6, 5 L EFI V8
5 Speed Manual, Four Speed turbohydramatic auto
Executive Sedan, Executive Station Wagon, Berlina Sedan, Berlina Station Wagon, S Sedan, S Station Wagon, SS Sedan, Calais Sedan, VG Utility, VG S Utility
Price When New:
$21665 (Exec Sedan) $31265 (SS Sedan)
Total Number Built:
215,180 (including the 5 millionth Holden)