GM Holden launches a simplified Commodore range, with value-added features and prices across the VF sedan and Sportwagon lineup reduced by A$5,000- A$9,800 ($5,093-$9,982). With Australian big-car sales on a long-term decline, it’s make or break time for the General Motors subsidiary, which has created the Evoke nameplate to kick-start the range with a recommended retail price of A$34,990 ($35,641), down A$5,000 from the entry-level model in the previous Commodore series. The ...
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