Holden believes in helping Australians with their journey. We always have and always will.
We are committed to doing all we can to provide our customers with the best possible Australian driving experience.
The award winning GM Australia Design centre fabricates cars for Australia and the world. Most recently the team has added another two trophies to its cabinet when the Buick Avenir won "Best Concept Vehicle 2015", at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, with the Chevrolet Bolt coming in second. Both cars were designed in Melbourne.
All Holden vehicles are tuned and tested for Australian conditions by our engineers at our Proving Ground located in Lang Lang, Victoria - one of the few of its kind in Australia. That means our cars will handle Australia's unique driving conditions in the way Australians expect them to.
Caring for our customers
Holden is committed to making sure that our customer's experience of owning a Holden is always enjoyable. That's why we introduced our Lifetime Capped Price Servicing program - the biggest in Australia - that applies to every Holden ever built. Our Customer Care team is always working to make sure that our customers get the support they deserve.
Holden and the community
Buckle Up Kids
Holden's free child restraint inspection Program called 'Buckle Up Kids' is aimed at raising awareness about the correct use of infant capsules and child
restraints in vehicles and helping reduce the injuries that result from the misuse of child restraints.
The Buckle Up Kids program offers free inspections at events hosted by child care centres in Victoria, South Australia and Queensland. Events at other venues will be considered upon request.
One of the Leukaemia Foundation's most valued support services is providing transportation for patients to and from treatment facilities.
This is especially helpful for country patients who find themselves in an unfamiliar city while undergoing treatment.
Often patients cannot take public transport because there is a high risk of infection.
Holden provides seventeen vehicles for the Leukaemia Foundation's national patient transport fleet. These vehicles are located across the country, from the Northern Territory to Tasmania.
Landcare Australia is a not-for-profit organization that supports Landcare, the country's biggest environmental volunteer movement.
Holden has worked with Landcare Australia since 2002 supporting revegetation projects around its major facilities in Port Melbourne
and Lang Lang, Victoria, as well as Elizabeth, South Australia. Around 140,000 seedlings have been planted, covering an area equivalent
to almost 4,000 tennis courts with native vegetation.
Holden is now in its 17th year of partnership with ARRO in the Challenge and this year, donated 30 vehicles to be used in simulating roadside crash events.
Holden has donated more than 1,000 vehicles throughout this partnership, ensuring the many men and women who attend motor vehicle crashes and save lives each
day continue to update their skills on some of the most recent models out on the road.
Holden strives to continually reduce its impact on the environment. In doing so, Holden holds itself to high environmental standards, often going beyond legal requirements to achieve company policy targets. Holden has a proud history of responsible disposal and recycling of waste, finding ways to reduce its energy and water usage, and giving back to local communities by planting trees in local areas. You can read more about our Environmental Policy here.