Holden Vehicle History Report
A Holden car is an Australian-made automobile from the General Motors subsidiary of the Holden company. It is the second-best-selling automobile in Australia, after the Ford Falcon, and the best-selling model produced in Australia. The Holden car range includes cars, station wagons, coupés, sedans, ute-versions, and SUVs. In addition to production in Australia, there is a strong presence in the United States, Canada and South Africa. The Holden marque was introduced in 1914 as a one-year only series of seven cars built by the newly formed General Motors Australia (GM, later Holden) for Alfred Henry Hall's Australian Motor Body Company in Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Model A was the first car to bear the Holden name, it had a water-cooled three-cylinder engine which produced 20 bhp at 2,500 rpm. Do not forget to use Holden VIN decoder in order to avoid potential problems when buying a used car.