Holden may be gone as a new car brand, but parts for late model Holdens are still available, rebadged as GM Genuine Parts.
Following the rebranding of the Holden Trade Club to GM Trade Parts last September, GM Australia and New Zealand (GM ANZ) now want to remind Holden owners that a supply of GM Genuine Parts for aftersales and repair purposes are still available to service more than 1.6-million Holden vehicles on the road, both here and in NZ.
“Only GM Genuine Parts are designed, engineered, and tested by GM to fit the exact specifications of your Holden, Chevrolet or HSV vehicle,” said Paul Rietveld, Director Aftersales.
“When you use GM Genuine Parts, you can expect precise fit and easy installation, as well as the peace of mind that comes from knowing your vehicle is restored as close to its original, pre-collision condition as possible.”
The use of GM Genuine Parts ensures the integrity and operation of vital Advanced Driver Assistance Systems which include Collision Warning and Avoidance systems such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Monitoring, Lane Keep Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Genuine GM Parts supplied through the GMANZ supply network in Australia and New Zealand are fully ADR compliant and are backed by a Factory Warranty.
Holden Aftersales support is accessible via more than 200 Authorised Holden Certified Service outlets across Australia and more than 50 throughout New Zealand.
“We strongly urge motorists who are having their car repaired to make an informed decision and insist on using GM Genuine Parts,” Rietveld added.
More information about GM Genuine Parts, as well as updated details regarding Position Statements, is available at www.gmtradeparts.com.au