- Feb 20, 2018
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holden 90% of the market share never ,holden always had plenty of competition on the market from dodge ,ford, chevy, buicks and pomie cars ect in the early daysI agree the heading is misleading. 70 years ago would be the at release of the 48-215 in 1948 and I think they sold 112 in the 2 months before 1949!
From what I can find it would take until 1954 for Holden to be selling on average 4500 cars per month (54,000 for the year) and in 1955 it jumped to on average 5350 per month (63,800 total). But back then Holden would have also counted for 90% or more of the market.
In a growing market, February is still a sh*t result but as I said, lets wait a few months for everything to settle.
holden really have lost the plot, they are happy to sell boring cars similar looking to other makes.
i couldn't care less how many cars they sell , there not real aussie holdens anymore,
just another imported car