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Holden dealers offer showrooms, logistics support to battle COVID-19
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26th Mar 2020
2 min read

Holden dealers offer showrooms, logistics support to battle COVID-19

Holden dealers have offered their empty showrooms and workshops to authorities across Australia to help them battle the COVID-19 outbreak before they close their doors. A letter from the Holden Dealer Council to all states and territories, a copy of which has been obtained by CarAdvice, says its network of 185 dealerships which operate 203 showrooms and service facilities are ready to assist.
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Joshua Dowling
Exclusive: Holden offering five years car servicing back-up, not 10 years as promised to the public
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18th Mar 2020
3 min read

Exclusive: Holden offering five years car servicing back-up, not 10 years as promised to the public

EXCLUSIVE US car giant General Motors is offering Holden dealers car servicing contracts for only five years following the shutdown of the iconic brand – even though the company told the public it will provide customers with technical support for “at least 10 years”. A confidential proposal sent to dealers, a copy of which was obtained by CarAdvice, guarantees parts and servicing backup for Australia’s 1.6 million Holden owners for only the next five years, to the end of 2025.
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Joshua Dowling
ACDelco here to stay, Holden’s Project Monaro still up for grabs
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13th Mar 2020
3 min read

ACDelco here to stay, Holden’s Project Monaro still up for grabs

For ACDelco – General Motors' in-house parts division – it’s business as usual for the foreseeable future, with the brand reaffirming it’s here to stay and assist with keeping Holden’s existing car park running in the wake of the brand's announcement that it will withdraw from the Australian market.
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Kez Casey
Exclusive: Holden dealers meeting with the Prime Minister this morning after rejecting General Motors’ initial compensation offer  
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25th Feb 2020
3 min read

Exclusive: Holden dealers meeting with the Prime Minister this morning after rejecting General Motors’ initial compensation offer  

EXCLUSIVE The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is meeting with members of the Holden dealer council in Canberra this morning, as all 200 showrooms nationally are expected to unanimously reject General Motors’ initial compensation offer.
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Joshua Dowling