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Holden Announces Pricing For Australia's 2018 Commodore

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http://www.carscoops.com - Pricing details for the new ZB Holden Commodore have just been announced in Australia. The new vehicle, nothing more than a rebadged Opel Insignia, will start at $33,690 for the entry-level LT Liftback model with front-wheel drive and a 2.

Opel Insignia Tourer Makes For A Slick-Lookin' Taxi

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http://www.carscoops.com - Visit most any city in Europe and most of the taxi cabs are bound to be Mercedes – E-Class sedans especially. But that's not the only option, as another German automaker is here to point out.

Opel Insignia GSi Hits Showrooms, Pricing Starts From €45,595 In Germany

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http://www.carscoops.com - After its public premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show last September, the Opel Insignia GSi is now available for order, in both saloon and estate guise, in several European markets. Pricing for the 2018 Insingia GSi Grand Sport starts from €45,595 ($54,212) in Germany, tax included, whereas the GSi Sports Tourer (that's station wagon in Opel-speak) starts from €46,595 ($55,401).

Next-Generation Commodore’s Cousin, Opel Insignia, Shortlisted For 2018 World Car Of The Year Award

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http://media.gm.com - Ahead of its Australian launch early next year, the next-generation Commodore has been boosted with global automotive experts shortlisting the Opel Insignia for the 2018 World Car of the Year awards.

Opel Insignia GSi Is 12 Seconds Faster Than Its Predecessor On The Nürburgring

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http://www.carscoops.com - Opel introduced the Insignia GSi a few months ago but the company has just revealed the model is up to 12 seconds faster on the Nürburgring Nordschleife than its predecessor.

The Chevy Camaro May Be Going Down Under

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http://www.thedrive.com - The muscle car never died in Australia. While America got by with Corvettes that produced less horsepower than an "underpowered" Subaru BRZ, cars like the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon continued to carry the V-8 torch down under. But with the Falcon gone and the latest Commodore being a rebadged Opel Insignia, has the Aussie muscle car gone the way of the recently extinct Bramble Cay melomys? The answer is no, and this time it's the Americans to the rescue. Holden Special Vehicles will reportedly convert Australian Camaros to right-hand drive.