Holden have stated that they will continue with Commodore name after local production ceases.
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Direct customer feedback has driven Holden’s decision to retain the esteemed Commodore nameplate for the next-generation large car to be imported from GM’s global operations from 2018, Holden Executive Director of Sales, Peter Keley, announced today.
“The next-generation large car we have selected from GM’s global portfolio is worthy of the iconic Commodore nameplate,” Mr Keley said.
“When it arrives in 2018, our new large car will honour Commodore’s heritage and support a long and successful future for Holden in Australia and New Zealand. Holden and Commodore aren’t going anywhere, they will remain pillars of Australian motoring for many years to come.
“Customers have confirmed that retaining the Commodore nameplate is the right decision for Holden.