The EOFY deals offered drive-away pricing on some models and free scheduled servicing on others, combined with an extension of the usual three-year factory warranty to five years.
Barina, Cruze and Captiva models were targeted in the June sale along with the Colorado pickup and Trax small SUV, with Holden announcing a record sales month for the latter two; and the Malibu sedan.
Holden isn’t resting on its 12,332-sales laurels from last month (up 17.6 percent on June 2013) however, with a new sale for this month that now covers every model in the range.
Throughout July, each new Holden sold will come with three years free scheduled servicing (covering up to four scheduled services) and a five-year, 130,000km warranty, taking the warranty-period through to 2019.
“The five-year warranty, plus three years free servicing deal is one of the most impressive offers on the market at the moment,” Holden’s Director of Marketing, Bill Mott, said.
“This is a clear illustration of the confidence and faith we have in the quality and reliability of our cars. This also gives us the opportunity to re-focus our attention onto our customer, by offering them excellent product combined with exceptional customer service.”
Drive-away pricing will also be offered on some models, with the seven-seat, petrol-powered Captiva 7 LS 2WD with sunroof available from $29,990 drive-away, plus a $2,000 factory bonus.
The Trax LS manual also gets drive-away pricing for July, starting from $24,990 plus a $1,000 factory bonus.
Holden’s July deals apply to all new models sold and delivered before July 31. Customers wishing to learn more should contact their local dealer.
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