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Holden Reveals Colorado SuperUte For New Racing Series

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Holden Colorado isn’t the first vehicle you’d think of when envisioning a race car, although prior to Australia’s SuperUtes championship starting next year, the automaker has changed that.

Holden Colorado swaps worksites and off-road for Aussie race circuits

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden’s Colorado is swapping worksites and off-road for some of Australia’s most famous race circuits when it contests the exciting new SuperUtes category in 2018.

Holden Says Thank You with Community Celebration – Join the Holden Dream Cruise to Celebrate our Heritage and Future

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s time to clean your Commodore, tidy your Torana and chamois your Sandman – and join the Holden Dream Cruise taking to the streets of northern Adelaide on Sunday, 15 October.

Australian Consumer Agency Comes Down on Automakers

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission draft report on its study of the new-car-retailing industry comes weeks after it accused Ford Australia of misleading customers and accepted assurances from GM Holden it will obey consumer laws.

Holden announces industry-first vehicle refund and replacement scheme

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden has responded to a consumer watchdog investigation by announcing an industry-first refund and replacement scheme for motorists whose vehicles experience problems in the first 60 days of ownership. Following an investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) which found Holden “is likely to have contravened the consumer law” in a number of ways, Holden today announced the sweeping measures, known as the 60 Day Policy.

Automotive Transformation Minister Kyam Maher says new Holden museum exhibit will keep SA’s ‘very proud history’ of carmaking alive

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A permanent display celebrating more than half a century of carmaking at Holden’s Elizabeth factory will live on in SA after the company closes its door on October 20. An exhibition telling the story of Holden will be established at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in partnership with the History Trust of SA.