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Holden Viva

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After the Daewoo Lacetti left the Australian and New Zealand markets under a cloud, GM needed a new name to reintroduce it under the Holden brand several years later. It took the Viva name from Vauxhall—the car had been sold in both markets decades before—and added a five-door hatchback and station wagon to the range. Replaced the Polish-built versions of the Opel Astra.



Marque: Holden | Predecessor: Holden Astra | Successor: Holden Cruze





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