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Holden begins 99/liter fuel incentive for two years

by Jeremy Korzeniewski (RSS feed) on Sep 2nd, 2008 at 1:59PM

Click image for a hi-res gallery of the Holden Commodore SS-VDespite the fact that capping the cost of gas didn't work out so well for Chrysler in the U.S., General Motors' Australian arm, Holden, is launching a new incentive that guarantees gas will be 99¢/liter for two years after your vehicle's original date of purchase. The system works much like the one Chrysler used: buyers get a debit card that they use when filling up their tanks. That debit card will be tied to the purchasers bank account, which will be debited a few days later for the reduced rate, regardless of how much the... Read More

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