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Holden Commodore: Should I buy after the end of local production?

Asked by Brian

What will happen to Holden after they shutdown? If I buy a Holden in 2017, will there be any drawbacks? Will it be difficult to get the parts in next few years, or will the service quality drop? I don't want to invest my money on hopeless company.

Answered by CarsGuide

29 May 2017 Graham Smith

For starters Holden is not shutting down. What it is doing is stopping local production, so there won't be any more Commodores built here in the future. Holden is committed to continuing in the Australian market selling cars it imports from Asia and Europe. Parts will continue to be available for the Commodore well into the future, and there wont be any change to quality of the service you receive from your Holden dealer.

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