GM Holden Ltd.’s locally built Commodore large sedan reportedly is set to return to the U.S. market. The Commodore previously was exported to the U.S. as the Pontiac G8, but shipments ended when General Motors Co. killed off the Pontiac brand last year. The Sydney Morning Herald reports the Commodore appears “odds-on” to return to the U.S. with a Chevrolet badge, and it should happen within the lifespan of the current model. “With homologation work on a left-hand-drive Commodore ...

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