Home » Cars » Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) » The Headlines - Current and Past » Why was the Holden Commodore aced? Why was the Holden Commodore aced? December 10, 2019 Tara Moroney 0 Cars, Frequently Asked Question (FAQ), The Headlines - Current and Past, Ross Greenwood speaks to Author Toby Hagon who explains why Holden will retire the Commodore after 42 years to focus more on utes and SUVs. Interview with: Toby Hagon, Author Image source: 2GB Related Tags: Holden, Money News, Ross Greenwood, toby hagon, Why...? Previous: Which are the worst super performers? Next: Why consumer confidence continues to drop Related posts Newsletter – December 13 2019 “The last hurrah for a few things you’ve known so well…from next year, no more Holden Commodore. The other that’s going it seems, according to... Westpac faces ‘angry’ shareholders over money laundering scandal Ross Greenwood speaks to Shareholder and former Australian senator Chris Schacht as shareholders have confronted the Westpac board at its annual general meeting over the... About The Author Tara Moroney Tara Moroney is a producer for Money News and a reporter for Radio 2GB. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.