Holden Commodore 2000-2002 VX Series I, II, VU

Headunit Installation Requirements

You will need

Facia - Single DIN : 

Required

Facia - Double DIN: 

Required

Steering Wheel Control Harness: 

Required, also requires radio brand specific patch lead

Primary Harness: 

Required, may require a secondary harness

Antenna Adaptor: 

Not Required

Additional Products

Antenna: 

Available
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About this Vehicle

Dates: 

Oct 2000 through Oct 2002

Manufacturer: 

Sub-Model: 

VX, VU

Chassis Type: 

Place of Origin: 

Australia

Manufacturer Website: 

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Holden Commodore VX, VU

The Holden Commodore, Berlina and Calais (VX), plus Ute (VU) range of full-size cars were the eleventh installment of Holden Commodore, a model manufactured by Holden, the Australian subsidiary of General Motors (GM). Produced between October 2000 and September 2002, the VX served as minor update to the VT series from 1997 and premiered revised styling, greater model differentiation, along with gains in crash safety. An intermediate Series II was launched in August 2001, featuring a revised suspension system among other changes.

The VU Ute replaced the VS Utility. The range received a minor refresh with the VX Series 2 models 12 months later, with the major upgrade being an additional 5 kW (7 hp) to Holden's Generation 3 V8's. The VU was superseded by the VY ute in September 2002.

Information provided by: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holden_VX_Commodore#VU_Ute

Speaker Cavities
Front: 6-1/2"
Rear: 6-1/2"
Rear Deck: 6" x 9"