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Holden’s new European-sourced hot hatch is older than you might think. But that doesn’t stop it being a bit of a wild child.
Incremental changes for 2015 mean the flagship Commodore SS-V variant is going out with a bang. Or is there more to come?
You’ll definitely spot the facelifted Holden Cruze coming. But are the changes for this Australian-built small car more than skin-deep?
Holden got in early on the supermini-sized SUV boom with the Trax. But it’s taken until now to get a decent engine into the thing: we test the new Trax LTZ 1.4-litre turbo.
David Linklater reviews the new Holden Barina RS – a small car that’s likely to put a big smile on your face.
The Holden SRi-V returns as the new Cruze SRi Z-series. David Linklater takes it for a test drive.
We test the new limited-edition flagship for the Holden Captiva range: a tricked-up model called Active.
Does the hot new hatch from Holden live up to its name? David Linklater finds out.
Holden and indeed the larger Australian car manufacturing industry is feeling the heat after labour union discussions were leaked last month raising premature questions about the Commodore’s future after 2018.
The new Aussie-built Holden Cruze has been transformed...
If you haven’t noticed, the Aussie-built Commodore’s gotten smart over the last few years. The Calais V Redline exhibits some of Holden’s best new technology. Don’t worry though, it still offers the old school appeal of a grunty V8…
Originally called the Rodeo, the Holden Colorado was not only given a new name – it got a new face, engine and a panel redesign, resulting in a fresh, stylish look
Jacqui puts the new Holden Commodore to the test on State Highway One to see if it will go the distance on a tank of gas
Holden's Cruze isn't an Aussie-designed model, but forget those traditional Korean stereotypes. GM wanted a world car that would sell anywhere, and this vehicle is also badged a Chevrolet in some markets.
The Holden Cruze is a thoroughly competent and well-priced small-medium sedan
The Holden Colorado LT Crew Cab 4x4 has a new name, and a new face too. But it's actually an old friend we used to know and like - the Rodeo.
We all know now that European diesels tend to be refined and efficient. But we tend not to think of Holdens as European. But this Astra diesel wagon is indeed European - built in Germany.
Powering up to an impressive package
A serious SUV competitior
2003 -- when the Holden turned 25