This is our kind of going-away party.
Even with the Commodore expected to move to a FWD configuration.
As a result of an electrical wiring harness connector that may not have been completely secured to the steering column during during production.
The vehicle may not even exist, but Aussies want it.
Bigger brakes and large alloy wheels tell us things.
It involves prototypes that can drive themselves at certain speeds.
Fretting corrosion may develop in a wiring connector at the Engine Control Module.
Likely as a Holden Captiva.
Colorado 7 is out, Trailblazer is in.
A piece of history.
Extra features, fair price.
The Australian brand confirmed its involvement, and confirmed its coming to Oz.
Naturally, featuring the Holden Spark.
The Chevrolet Caprice was recalled for the same issue.