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The origins of the 'Lion' logo

It’s a logo instantly recognisable to most Australians, a proud lion rolling a stone, its stoic and regal posture adorning millions of cars made by General Motors Holden. The Lion symbol is as recognisable as the cars it appears on, has appeared on in a history stretching back almost 100 years...

Farewell Holden: 1856-2020

From humble beginnings as a saddle manufacturer, to becoming a subsidiary of global automotive giant General Motors and one of the top-selling brands in Australian automotive history, today we take a moment's silence for the death of Australia’s longest-running carmaker...

Exploring the home of Australia's dual-cab utes in the Holden Colorado

Australian car buyers are spoiled for choice like few others in the world, with more than 60 brands competing for a slice of around one million annual sales. In the dual-cab ute market, there are 13 four-wheel drive options vying for your attention with their own brand of tough, go-anywhere attitude...

2019 Holden Acadia LT long-term review: Interior comfort

This instalment, we turn our attention to the interior of our long-term Holden Acadia.

2019 Holden Equinox LTZ long-term review: Farewell

After spending six months with our Equinox, we take a look back on its most redeeming and not-so-redeeming features.

Vale: Holden Commodore, 1978-2020

This week, Holden officially broke the news that many suspected was years in the making: the iconic Commodore will be axed in late 2020, alongside the Astra hatch. In a little over 12 months, one of Australia’s most popular cars will disappear from showrooms, with approximately 2.4 million cars sold...

2019 Holden Colorado review: Harrop Superado

What do you get when you combine a 4x4 ute with a huge supercharged V8? Come along for the ride and find out.

2019 Holden Acadia LT long-term review: Introduction

The Holden Acadia makes a big play for Aussie families with its seven-seat layout and generous dimensions. We live with one for three months to see how it fares.

2019 Holden Acadia LTZ 2WD review

The General's biggest and boldest SUV, the seven-seat Holden Acadia, makes a compelling case in the large-SUV segment, especially now with seven years of free servicing.

2019 Holden Equinox LTZ long-term review: Road trip

We see how the Equinox tackles a 400km road trip to the northern Victorian country to visit family.

2019 Holden Equinox LTZ AWD long-term review: Urban driving

We spend some time exploring the park roads and concrete playground of Melbourne in our long-term Holden Equinox.