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Time running out for Holden machinery bids

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Prospective buyers have just another few weeks to plonk down bids in a global online auction for hundreds of pieces of GM Holden car manufacturing equipment at Elizabeth, South Australia, as the company gets set to clear out its factory after the end of production in October. Bidding on plant and machinery opened on August 18 last year and continues until October 20 – the day the factory closes forever.

How Holden has tuned the European ZB Commodore for local roads

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - We've learnt quite a lot more about the European-sourced 2018 Commodore after Holden's second pre-launch drive for media. We do at least go into this knowing what it's called. After being dubbed "next generation" by for so long, many (including us) thought it would be called the NG. Not so: it was confirmed earlier this month that the official designation will be ZB Commodore when the new car is launched in New Zealand in the first quarter of next year.

2018 Holden ZB Commodore 2.0T Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Driving pre-production cars always carries a certain caveat when forming a verdict, but there’s a lot of promise here. While we’ve all fixated on the V6 flagship versions and their attempt to fill the void left by the V8s, the 2.0-litre turbo petrol might just have sneaked in as the quiet achiever. If Holden can create a compelling price/equipment point for this car, it could have the drop on its mainstream rivals. If you appreciate a well-sorted sleeper, this could be right up your street.