Holden has confirmed will make an update of their popular models, the Commodore VF planned for later this year. During 13 days in July and August, Elizabeth Holden will plan its product will close operations in South Australia, and allows the Holden Commodore VF to reduce the stock of at the dealership.
Speaking to the Australian Associated Press, Holden spokesman said the new agreements with the car industry with Holden Union have allowed the production planning and run-out sales slow in the current Commodore line.
“Ahead of updating our locally produced Commodore range later this year, we need to prepare for a smooth run-out of the current model within the plant,” the spokesperson told AAP.
“To do this, we have been working with the union to balance short-term manufacturing plans that will allow us to taper production of the current range, before ramping up with the new model.”
The announcement follows news last month that strong international demand, the GM property to stimulate the production 3.0-liter V6 engine manufacturer visa.
In terms of sales, Holden has had a promising start for the year, with 11,795 cars sold in March – from 28.4 per cent over the same period last year. The most popular model, the Commodore, in order to sell in March 4209. The Cruze follows, with 2125 sales last month. Holden is set for the local production of the Cruze will begin later this year, with a launch expected in early 2011.