Looks like Australians love their SUVs more than they love their babies. Continue Reading...
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Holden is the Autralian arm of General Motors, becoming a GM subsidiary in 1931. Holden handles most of GM’s Australasia sales. Holden generally takes GM products and changes the look slightly to sell them in Australia. Models to watch: Holden Volt
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You want what you can’t have, and our editors are very jealous of the cars offered overseas. Continue Reading...
There are numerous reasons why car models are rebadged for different countries. Continue Reading...
Just what America needs! More trucks! Continue Reading...
GM could be bidding farewell to the Holden Commodore in style with a Hellcat fighter. Continue Reading...
Car companies are pretty clever. A lot of time, research and money gets spent before a new product is created. Continue Reading...
Every day that passes is another where Holden draws closer to shuttering its Australian factories, but the company isn’t prepared to do that without releasing a few more of the thunderous products its customers love. Continue Reading...
Yesterday we took eight fun-to-drive performance vehicles under $30,000 and put them through their paces on the street. After much deliberation, we chose the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST as the king of the street. Despite a somewhat harsh ride, nothing else matches the raw, hilariously fun driving experience behind the wheel. Continue Reading...
Holden shut down its Australian manufacturing operation in 2017, but not before going out with a bang. Continue Reading...
Despite GM’s plan to end end Australian production in 2017, tuning partner HSV will likely remain in business to create manic versions of Holden-badged products beyond that point. Continue Reading...
Despite its decision to shutter Australian auto manufacturing in 2017, General Motors’ Holden subsidiary will continue to engineer, test and develop vehicles in the country. Continue Reading...
General Motors’ choice to stop manufacturing Holden vehicles in Australia could have some entertaining consequences for driving enthusiasts in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough! Continue Reading...
General Motors will keep its Australian marque alive after production stops in 2017. Continue Reading...
GM and Holden’s announcement yesterday that they’ll cease their Australian operations in 2017 could put the Australian automotive industry in jeopardy. Continue Reading...
General Motors’ Holden unit has confirmed that it will cease its Australian manufacturing operations in 2017. Continue Reading...
General Motors might have already come to a final decision about the future of its vehicle manufacturing operation in Australia. Continue Reading...
Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has revealed its Gen-F model lineup, based on the VF Commodore but packing plenty more power under the hood. Continue Reading...
Take a look at Australia’s most powerful car: a 575-hp Holden HSV GTS powered by the same supercharged V8 from the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Continue Reading...
Holden, General Motors’ Australian subsidiary, unveiled another version of its new Commodore sedan that previews the upcoming Chevrolet SS performance sedan more than ever. Continue Reading...
Holden has revealed its all-new VF Commodore, giving Americans a preview of the Chevrolet SS Sports Sedan that will be imported from Australia. Continue Reading...
Bigger isn’t always better, although domestic automakers are pretending not to hear you when it comes to compact pickups. Why? Continue Reading...
Toyota has announced its sales figures for the first half of 2012, and the numbers look like Toyota will be able to beat out GM and Volkswagen in sales for 2012. In the first six months of this year the Japanese automaker sold 4.97 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
We might have some fancy cars over here in the USA, but there are quite a few vehicles overseas that we can’t help but think are desperately missing from our shores. More than a few are niche market models perfect for auto-enthusiasts, while others are more stylish or practical than what’s currently available in the… Continue Reading...