Imagine yourself sitting at a set of lights in a car that’s so new to you that you’ve only driven it for a block. The lights turn green … you depress the accelerator … and for a moment nothing happens. Then … WHAM … you’re head snaps back as you’re hurled through the speed limit […]
Holden’s mid-sized sedan will be in the showrooms next year
Another Good Month for Holden
The Commodore continues to be Australia’s most popular car
Holden Redline Edition
The new Holden Redline Edition V-Series is all show and go.
The Series II VE Commodore
It’s a mid-model-life facelift so don’t expect too much to have changed … unless your big on infotainment systems
Confidence Returns for Holden
Holden is showing signs of clawing back some market share in Australia
Holden Cuts Production
Despite record sales Holden is cutting production
Holden Has a Great Month
Holden still makes the best-selling car in Australia
Holden Commodore – Australia’s Top Selling Car in 2009
There’s no doubt we still love our Holden Commodores
Good News For Holden
Production at Holden’s engine plant is up and now they’re heading back to two shifts.
Holden Missed the US Market Again
Holden misses out again as Chevrolet narrows the field of candidates for the next Chevy Impala.
What Now for Holden?
So General Motors … the parent company for Holden … is now in bankruptcy. While that’s a position that few could have imagined a year or two ago it’s a reality and it’s giving General Motors a chance to restructure. That restructuring includes selling off a large chunk of GM Europe … almost certainly to […]
The End of Pontiac – Bad News for Holden
Yesterday General Motors officially announced that it was dropping the Pontiac brand from its line-up and cutting around 21,000 jobs in the Pontiac plants in the United States. Sadly that’s very bad news for Holden who build the Pontiac G8 at their plant in Adelaide. Holden had hoped to build around 30,000 G8 models a […]
Holden to Cut Production in South Australia
Holden has announced that it will reduce output at it’s Elizabeth plant by cutting out the afternoon shift. Workers on the afternoon shift will be retained but will operate on a week on, week off basis with the morning shift. The Australian managing director of Holden is expected to make an announcement about the moves […]
Now It’s Holden’s Turn to Cut Production
Early yesterday the word was out that Ford was planning to cut around 500 jobs from their Victorian operations because demand for their big-car products was down. By late yesterday afternoon it was Holden’s turn to announce reductions that will impact on over 3,000 works in South Australia. It appears that Holden may not be […]
Holden’s Hybrid Car
If there is one thing that both Ford and Holden are lacking in Australia it’s a hybrid car to attract buyers who want to be environmentally friendly. Sadly neither of the big two seem interested in filling that gap anytime soon. Holden may have unveiled the Chevy Volt at the Sydney Motor Show last week […]