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Holden Cavalcade Tours Regional Victoria

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    An extensive collection of newly-released Holden vehicles will be touring rural and regional Victoria throughout June as part of the Holden Cavalcade.
    <p> Touring townships from Kyneton to Wodonga, Holden has brought together an exclusive collection of vehicles, including the All Wheel Drive (AWD) stars of the show, Crewman Cross 8 and Adventra.
    <p> The Cross 8 is a unique vehicle combining V8 power and performance with the versatility of an AWD sports Ute. The Adventra is Holden's first AWD crossover vehicle designed and developed in Australia for our unique local driving conditions. The Holden Cavalcade will also feature some of the most popular vehicles in the Holden line-up including the:
    <li>Monaro CV8,
    <li>new model Vectra CDXi,
    <li>base and sporty SS model Crewmans,
    <li>One Tonner, and,
    <li>four variants of the bigger and tougher Rodeo.
    "The Cavalcade aims to provide some light relief and fun and give local residents an opportunity to see and drive vehicles often not available at smaller dealerships," said Holden's Victorian Light Commercial Vehicle Manager, Steve Eagland.
    <p> "This is the perfect opportunity for customers to preview the entire range simultaneously with local dealers on hand to answer questions.
    <p> "The Cavalcade brings a Motor Show to town and also offers visitors the chance to get behind the wheel, making it a must see annual event," Steve said.
    Cavalcade touring dates can be found on Holdens media site located <a href="http://www.media.holden.com.au/servlet/GatewayServlet?target=http://image.emerald.gm.com/gmnews/viewpressreldetail.do?domain=20&docid=4345" target="_blank">here</a>
    Last edited: May 28, 2004

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