CANBERRA – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd. reportedly is investigating export possibilities for a vehicle based on the next Commodore wagon, the VZ. Ian McCleave, executive director-business strategy and planning at Holden, says in a published report that the auto maker has identified a niche for a cross/utility wagon similar to the Adventra that hit Australian showrooms last year. Holden Commodore SS Wagon "We are still talking to North America about the ...

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