Monday, 19 February 2018 Bunbury Vehicles & Parts
2018 Commodore staff training!

Today members from different departments in Bunbury Holden joined together, to find out about the all new ZB Commodore which is arriving at Bunbury Holden soon. Ranging from sales, marketing, service and pre delivery to make sure all our staff know how to answer any questions you may have about the new product. The Commodore was FANTASTIC, not only looks wise but to drive too. We each got a turn of driving on our favourite roads in Bunbury and not only does it pack a punch, the handling is great too! We’ll be hosting our own drive day soon, which will be your chance to form your own opinion. Stay tuned! Have any questions? Let us know!

Here are some reviews from our staff that got the chance to drive the Commodore today

“It’s a Commodore but not as we know it. The work that has gone into refining this car for our conditions is second to none.”

Joel Tysoe – New Car Manager

“I loved the fact that the ZB is slightly narrower than the previous Commodore, it didn’t feel as bulky to drive & park.”

Vanessa Bold – Pre Delivery Manager

“Is it good enough to wear the Commodore badge? Yes, absolutely. It's a competent platform that offers a mix of style, design and features.”

John Offer – Sales Consultant

“From looks to handling, everything is spot on. The attention to detail really shines through and makes for a great driving experience.”

Jordan Higgins – Marketing ‍♂️

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