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Arrive Safely With The Five-Star Holden Acadia Suv

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PORT MELBOURNE: The all new Holden Acadia seven-seat SUV has achieved a five-star ANCAP safety rating. Acadia is the first vehicle from the General Motors stable to be safety tested to the new 2018 ANCAP/Euro NCAP aligned protocols and it’s passed with flying colours.

Rest in peace: Holden's faithful Captiva bows out

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden’s new Acadia SUV means a farewell for the Holden Captiva. The South Korean-built SUV has been a faithful servant for Holden since it launched in New Zealand in 2006. It’s been through upgrades, facelifts and and even minor name changes — including Captiva 5, 7 and MaXX designations — but has remained fundamentally the same for a dozen years.

New Chevrolet Blazer could become a Holden

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It is based on the same GM C1XX crossover platform as the Cadillac XT5, GMC Acadia – the seven-seat petrol-only large SUV that Holden will release in Australia later than expected at the end of 2019 – and, in long-wheelbase form, the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave.

GM Needs Your Help Naming Its New E-Bike Brand

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM to enter the two-wheeler market and wants you to name the brand. General Motors, the company that is engaged in several car brands (directly or through joint ventures) – Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Holden, Baojun, Wuling and Jiefang brands – announced today that it’s preparing ebikes (electrically assisted bicycles).

Holden Can Import Any General Motors Vehicle It Wants to Australia

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden ceased domestic Australian production just over a year ago and has transitioned to offering only imported General Motors products—there is a perk in all of that, however. The brand's Managing Director and Chairman, David Buttner, said in a recent interview that the company may be able to get future offerings tailored better for the Australian market.

Holden Commodore Is 40 Years Old Today

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PORT MELBOURNE – The Holden Commodore, Holden’s longest running nameplate, turns 40 today. The VB Commodore was officially launched on October 26, 1978 and is currently in its fifth generation with the new ZB model.