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Australian recall roundup: Holden VF Commodore and Holden WN Caprice


Australia’s Holden car company has recently announced a recall for the VF Commodore and for the WN Caprice because of an incomplete weld on the front seat hook bracket assembly. According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), there are a total of 25,055 units of the Holden VF Commodore and the Holden WN Caprice units which will be affected ...
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Recall roundup: Holden VF Commodore and WN Caprice in Australia
The Australian based automaker Holden has recently announced a second recall for the VF Commodore and WN Caprice, on its local auto market, because of a problem with the windscreen ...
Australia: Holden records record loss
As the local Australian unit of GM was recently announced to be scheduled for “termination”, Holden also announced it has recorded its biggest financial loss so far. For the 2013 calendar ...
Australia – Holden Commodore and Ute Storm Editions unveiled
Holden has officially pulled the wraps off its newest creations, the Commodore and Ute Storm Editions, in Australia. Australians can now order two new editions of the Holden Commodore and Ute ...
Recall roundup: Holden Cruze for driveshaft issue
Holden has recently announced a recall for the Cruze in Australia because of a driveshaft issue which is affecting almost 3,000 units of the model. Owners of several Holden Cruze units ...
Record fall in Australian auto sales as automakers exit
Australian sales of locally produced vehicles fell a record 15 % last year as Ford and General Motors Holden unit announced plans to cease production in the country amid surging ...
Recall roundup: Holden Captiva in Australia
Holden has recently announced a recall for the Captiva models in Australia, because of a problem with a fuel feed hose, which can even lead to a fire. According to the ...
Australia sets aid fund following GM’s decision to retire from Holden
Australia is setting up a A$100 million ($89 million) fund to support regions affected by General Motors Co's decision to stop production in the country by 2017, including directly supporting ...
Holden: “We will continue to sell Holden vehicles in Australia”
Holden will stop building vehicles in Australia by the end of 2017, but General Motors will not kill the brand. When asked if parent GM will kill the brand like they ...
Australian auto industry in crisis: GM to halt Holden production in 2017
The US automaker has announced it would stop making cars in Australia by 2017 due to high costs and a cripplingly strong currency – fueling fears the entire auto industry ...



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