The SS badge first appeared on the Commodore in 1982 as part of Holden's process to register the then VH model for touring car racing.
Buyers could choose SS variants of the Commodore sedan and ute, and later wagon.
SS (and SS-V) eventually came to represent the flagship version of the regular Commodore range before the famous badge was abandoned in late 2017 when Holden's famous large car became an import rather than locally built model.
Last versions offer especially great bang for your buck
Superb ride and handling of VE/VF models (2006-2017)
Effortlessly strong V8 performance
Not collectors' items yet so affordable used
V8 engines not exactly fuel-efficient
Fit and finish not perfect on VE-generation models
Reliability issues with older V8s (such as 5.7L)
Rear-drive Commodore no longer produced, and SS badge gone
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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