CANBERRA – The Australian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Assn. Ltd. (LPG Australia) says new figures show the number of factory-fitted Autogas – liquid petroleum gas – vehicles sold in Australia grew 40% last year, as predicted. There currently are more than 500,000 Autogas-powered motor vehicles on Australian roads. GM Holden Ltd., which launched an Autogas version of its VZ Commodore large car in fourth-quarter 2005, is having trouble keeping up with customer demand. Holden VZ Commodore ...

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