GM Holden Ltd. opens a new multimillion-dollar body shop at its vehicle-assembly operations in Elizabeth, South Australia, that will produce the local version of the 4-cyl. Cruze. “With the Cruze and the Commodore, we have the flexibility to meet the changing demands of the market and to offer our customers a family of great locally made small and large cars,” GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux says in a statement. “The team at Elizabeth designed the production ...
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