Australia's most popular car will contain the least number of domestic parts of the four brands built Down Under when the new Holden Commodore is released next July, a published report says. The Australian national daily newspaper quotes unnamed industry experts as estimating 55% of parts on the '06 Holden VE Commodore will be produced by local suppliers, down from 75% in the current model. The Ford Falcon large car and Territory cross/utility vehicle have 85% Australian parts; the ...
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