Either somebody jumped the gun or the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. Holden New Zealand says it has shown dealers the large sedan that will replace the Australia-made Commodore when General Motors ends production in Australia in 2017. But GM Holden in Australia insists no decision on a Commodore replacement has been made. Holden New Zealand Managing Director Jeff Murray says the large sedan may even retain the Commodore badge, with the New Zealand Herald newspaper ...

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