GM Holden Ltd. plans to build two new engines and use them to make its Commodore model range the most fuel-efficient Australian-built 6-cyl. car available when it goes on sale next month. The auto maker says the new engines offer state-of-the-art, spark-ignition direct-injection technology, a first for a locally-built vehicle. The system is found in more expensive European brands such as Audi and BMW, and also has been introduced in General Motor Co. vehicles in the U.S. An all-new 3.0L ...
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