It's been a while coming, but the Astra arrived in New Zealand with considerable award-form: in Opel guise it was the European Car of the Year for 2016.
World-cup winning ex-All Black Mils Muliaina, the second-ever player to achieve the feat of 100 tests in the fabled black jersey, has teamed up with Holden to help bring a variety of life and sporting skills to young sportspeople around the country. The new ‘Skills with Mils’ programme is a holistic initiative which, in addition to on-field performance, has a focus on what goes on off the field a
Holden has lifted the covers on the range-topping VXR variant of the next-generation Holden Commodore.
Holden has today revealed the next step in the evolution of one of New Zealand’s best-loved vehicles, with confirmation the adventure-ready, stylishly rugged next-generation Commodore Tourer will be a feature of local roads (and off-roads) from 2018.
A West Auckland man traded in his mullet for a brand new car. The ‘Mullet Amnesty Day’ was advertised on Trade Me in the spirit of an April fools prank, and offered people a chance to exchange a haircut for a new vehicle valued over $30,000.
The next-generation Opel Insignia Grand Sport and Grand Tourer made their public debut today at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, giving global media a first look at the future of the Holden Commodore and a taste of the exciting new GM global product in the pipeline.
Holden motorsport hero Greg Murphy took to Rod Millen’s driveway as part of the Leadfoot Festival in his brand new Barina and wowed the crowds when he stopped the clock at an impressive 55-seconds with the car’s first competitive run.
The all-new Holden Commodore Sportwagon has emerged from the gym; trim, toned and beautifully presented. Following closely on the heels of the reveal of the Next Generation (NG) Commodore, the Sportwagon is spacious, refined and offers exemplary safety, just as a flagship Holden should.
Holden New Zealand has released details of three special Limited Edition Commodore models, created as a result of a secret skunkworks type project at Head Office in Australia.
This is significant independent third-party endorsement of our fantastic all-new entry model to our range and sets the standard for other new models to aspire to as we launch 24 new models by 2020.
Holden has today revealed official images and more details of the all-new Commodore, providing Kiwis with their first look at the sleek and sophisticated design that will be making its debut on local roads in 2018.
The World Cup of Golf finished in Melbourne yesterday and thanks to the effort of Kiwi professional Ryan Fox and his playing partner Danny Lee, the people of earthquake stricken Kaikoura are better off to the tune of $11,000.
The Holden Commodore has always been all about V6 and V8 petrol power, right? About big donks under the bonnets of rear-driven sedans that traditionally have been big enough to fit three large blokes across the back seats.
Frank Hanley of Colorado Place has enjoyed a birthday to remember, when he was presented with a brand new Holden Colorado at his house in Auckland yesterday.
The new Colorado is here, and we’d like to invite you to our exclusive launch.
Holden’s New Vehicle Onslaught Continues With Reveal Of Astra, Barina, Trailblazer, Trax And All-New Acadia Suv
At an exclusive business briefing event held overnight at Holden’s GM Australia Design Studios in Melbourne, the company hosted the surprise premiere of five new vehicles headlined by the reveal of the all-new, seven-seat Acadia SUV due in showrooms in 2018.
We can now talk about driving the Colorado. How good is it? Massively improved.
New high-tech Colorado boasts rear view camera and Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto across the range, New levels of active safety including a forward facing camera with Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, Largest range of Colorado Genuine Accessories ever!
Former V8 Supercar driver Greg Murphy and experienced rally champion Josh Marston have teamed up to announce a Holden backed two AP4 (NZ spec) car rally program that will contest the 2017 New Zealand Rally Championship. Two Holden Barinas’ will be prepared over the rest of the year in time to start in the new and exciting AP4 class in April next year.
Bathurst 2004 A9XTorana vs VYSS vs V8Supercar shootout - demonstration of advances in technology over the years of road cars versus racing cars, and of new racing cars versus old racing cars.
New Zealand Police driving Holden vehicles for many more years to come. Holden has held the current contract to supply vehicles to Police since 2006, including Holden Commodore as patrol vehicles and the SV6 model being used for highway patrol duties.