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Ok I will ask the stupid question of the day, but what is the difference between the Calais - Berlina and Commodore? They all have pretty much the same engine selections and wheel base. I also think that most people would not be able to tell the difference by just looking at them. Can one of you Holden experts enlighten me?

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My quick guess is that it's a similar to the Tempest - Le Mans - GTO were for Pontiac in the 60s.

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Almost. Berlina, Lumina, Omega, Calais etc. are all Commodores—these are just the trim designations. Calais is the highest rung with more distinctive features—almost a seperate model, but not quite. Unlike numerous GM products from the '60s and '70s the different grades have not made the transition to an independant model life. Note that a couple of these levels (the limted value-edition Lumina and the standard Omega) are taken from export models—the Chevrolet Lumina sent to Asian markets and the Chevrolet Omega sent to Brasil.

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