GM Holden raises the price of its popular, locally built Cruze small car in mid-November, when it introduces the ’12 range that includes a new hatchback model. The sedan and hatch will be priced identically, but the price will increase by A$250 ($262) on CD and CDX variants and A$500 ($524) on SRi and SRi-V models as GM Holden makes Bluetooth standard across the range. The wireless communication system previously was a A$600 ($630) dealer-fitted accessory. Marketing Director Simon ...

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