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25 November 2010

Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) announces Singapore trade understanding


Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has voiced an trade understanding with Harvest Automobiles which will see models from Holden’s high-performance arm sole in Singapore for a first time.

Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) announces Singapore trade understanding

21 November 2010

VACC gains await for six-month car registration choice

The Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC) has received positive feedback from the major Victorian political parties in reply to the call for a key of a six-month car registration remuneration choice.

VACC gains await for six-month car registration choice



15 November 2010

Too Much Choice in a New-car Market Means Complexity Overload for Buyers

What’s in the name? Here’s the question but notice from the floor: How most different models of car have been there upon sale in a Australian marketplace? (Not talking about indication variants here – only Commodores, Camrys, Corollas, etc.)

Too Much Choice in a New-car Market Means Complexity Overload for Buyers

14 November 2010

Holden reintroduces afternoon change during Elizabeth plant

Holden currently reintroduced a afternoon change during its South Australian vehicle production plant in Elizabeth after operating for some-more than 18 months upon a single shift.

Holden reintroduces afternoon change during Elizabeth plant

31 October 2010

Ssangyong Actyon Sports Ute gets 3-star ANCAP rating in ultimate exam

The Ssangyong Actyon Sports Ute 4×2 Tradie has just been tested by ANCAP under new crash testing scrutiny. ANCAP awarded a ute 3 stars in altogether reserve.

Ssangyong Actyon Sports Ute gets 3-star ANCAP rating in ultimate exam

19 October 2010

Toyota to trade 500,000th Australian-made Camry

Toyota has just voiced it will trade the 500,000th Australian-made Toyota Camry to Saudi Arabia tomorrow. The Altona plant in Melbourne which produces a Camry also makes the Hybrid Camry, 4 cylinder Camry as well as V6 Aurion models for local as well as general markets.

Toyota to trade 500,000th Australian-made Camry

9 September 2010

Toyota to deposit $300 million into brand new engine prolongation during Melbourne

Toyota has voiced it will begin making an all-new engine for a Toyota Camry as well as Hybrid Camry sedans during a Altona plant in Melbourne by 2012.

Toyota to deposit $300 million into brand new engine prolongation during Melbourne

9 September 2010

Holden to enhance SA prolongation plant with 50 brand new workers

Holden is now seeking to partisan 50 brand new employees to undertake prolongation work during the South Australian Holden plant in Elizabeth.

Holden to enhance SA prolongation plant with 50 brand new workers

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