Commodore’s 2012 sales less than one-third of 1998 peak.
Australia's iconic locally built large cars are almost certain to be phased out within months of each other at the end of 2016, News Ltd. says. The Australian media conglomerate’s automotive website says the halt to production of the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore will see the end of a battle that has lasted more than half a century. It says GM Holden inadvertently confirmed the Commodore’s run is due to come to an end in an interview with Chairman and Managing ...
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