GM Holden celebrates a bittersweet milestone with the production of its 50,000th VF Commodore sedan at its plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, just 10 months after its debut. The General Motors subsidiary says Australians are continuing to vote with their wallets when it comes to the VF, with sales up 60% year-on-year in February to 2,777 units and 52% for the year’s first two months. GM Holden will cease local production in 2017, but Richard Phillips, executive director-GM Holden ...

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