Direct customer feedback has driven Holden’s decision to retain the esteemed Commodore nameplate for the next-generation large car to be imported from GM’s global operations from 2018.
Holden are saying the new Commodore will be tuned and honed by Holden engineers and technicians at the Lang Lang Proving Ground in Victoria to ensure it performs in Australian conditions and to Australian expectations.
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|The Australian sales release of the Thailand manufactured Suzuki Celerio is back on track with braking issues discovered in press tests in the UK now rectified in all affected markets including Australia.
The debut of the Celerio was placed on-hold a few weeks ago following multiple brake failures under testing in the UK by Autocar.
The Celerio had suffered a “total brake failure” during an emergency brake test at 130 km/h.
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