GM Holden Ltd. says there are no plans to end the rear-wheel-drive layout that separates its Commodore family car from the global trend towards front-wheel-drive vehicles. Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux is quoted as saying the Australian-built sedan, the country’s best-selling model for 15 years in a row, has a prosperous future as a large RWD car. He also tells The Age newspaper in Melbourne the production of a more fuel-efficient 4-cyl. model is not in keeping with the ...

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