Australia’s GM Holden Ltd. records its best-ever annual sales in the Middle East, exporting 31,147 new cars to the region last year. Buoyed by the all-new VE Commodore and WM Statesman ranges – sold as the Chevrolet Lumina and Chevrolet Caprice, respectively – the auto maker sold 591 more vehicles in 2006 than prior-year. The long-wheelbase luxury Caprice represented 64% of GM Holden’s Middle East sales. GM Holden’s sales have increased ten-fold since it began exporting to the region in ...
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