With GM Holden eating Toyota’s dust in the annual Australian sales race, the auto maker is offering 0.5% financing for up to 36 months on a range of its vehicles, but only for one week. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s cash rate is 3.5%, and interest rates on new-car purchases usually range between 9.0% and 15.0%. In a market up 9.9% year-to-date, GM Holden deliveries are down 11% to 65,119 units, while Toyota’s are up 26.2% to 123,815. GM Holden says it is ...

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