Holden NZ offers diesel deal

Holden NZ offers diesel deal

Holden’s big V8s are the ones that are likely suffering in the current economic climate, but Holden New Zealand has decided that a deal on diesel is the way to go to boost sales.

The offer is similar to one that has recently launched in the Australian market where fuel is capped at AUD .99 cents for two years or 20,000 kilometres, whichever comes first. However, the New Zealand offer goes beyond a capped fuel price providing two years worth of diesel and Road User Charges without any investment in fuel required by customers, as long as you buy before 30 September.

In our opinion, diesel doesn’t really need any help selling itself, but the heavy-hitting petrol cars will. The Holden Diesel range includes the Captiva, Astra Hatch, Astra Wagon, Epica and Colorado ranges.

Holden’s big V8s are the ones that are likely suffering in the current economic climate, but Holden New Zealand has decided that a deal on diesel is the way to go to boost sales.

The offer is similar to one that has recently launched in the Australian market where fuel is capped at AUD .99 cents for two years or 20,000 kilometres, whichever comes first. However, the New Zealand offer goes beyond a capped fuel price providing two years worth of diesel and Road User Charges without any investment in fuel required by customers, as long as you buy before 30 September.

In our opinion, diesel doesn’t really need any help selling itself, but the heavy-hitting petrol cars will. The Holden Diesel range includes the Captiva, Astra Hatch, Astra Wagon, Epica and Colorado ranges.

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