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With HelloCars car subscription, you get access to drive any Holden available with no lock-in contracts and all the usual costs of Holden ownership like registration, insurance and routine maintenance included in one simple, transparent weekly subscription payment.

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Would you like to sign up for Holden car subscription? Subscribe to drive a Holden with HelloCars Subscription and you won't have to worry about the nuts and bolts of Holden car ownership again. All the usual costs of Holden ownership like insurance, registration and routine maintenance are included in one affordable weekly payment. Holden car subscription is completely flexible, giving you the opportunity to swap for a different car if your Holden no longer suits your lifestyle.

About Holden. Holden is an iconic Australian car brand which was originally founded in 1856 as a saddlery manufacturer in South Australia. Now under the ownership of American-based General Motors (GM), Holden produced vehicles locally in Port Melbourne, Victoria including the Holden Commodore until October 2017. Holden continues solely as an importer of vehicles such as the Holden Barina, Holden Astra and foreign-made Holden Commodore. Holden continues to share a long-standing motorsport rivalry with Ford Australia where the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon compete directly in the V8 Supercar series.

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