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Every Holden since the 48-215 eligible for lifetime capped price servicing

Holden has announced that from March 1, every Holden since the Holden 48-215 built in 1948 will be eligible for lifetime capped price servicing.

THE DECISION to offer lifetime capped price servicing is a clear response to Ford’s recent servicing push, but is easily the largest capped price servicing initiative of its kind in the country. 

Holden’s Executive Director of Aftersales, Michael Filazzola said the unique Lifetime CPS program represents Holden’s commitment to providing customers a positive experience throughout their ownership experience, no matter when they bought their new, or used, Holden. 

“Our all-encompassing Lifetime Capped Price Servicing program is an incredible program and demonstrates yet again our commitment to our customers. Holden owners from as far back as 1948 can enjoy total peace of mind and service price transparency,” he said.

“This is the biggest CPS program in Australia and underlines Holden’s ongoing commitment to world-class customer service and outstanding value. Our lifetime CPS means that once customers buy a Holden, of any age, new or used, we have them covered.”

Holden owners can head to the Holden website (CLICK HERE) to use the Lifetime CPS calculator which allows you to determine the maximum service price of any Holden vehicle, regardless of when it was built. We checked out the calculator but to check the service price on anything but a new Holden requires you to enter a VIN to check eligibility. It’d be great if any owners of older Holdens could check out the calculator and let us know service pricing for their vehicle.

Holden has copped plenty of flack on forums, and even here on Practical Motoring about its decision to continue the use of the Commodore nameplate once the Australian-built Commodore ceases production, it’s using this initiative to try and keep existing customers but also woo others, particularly classic Holden owners.


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Isaac Bober

Isaac Bober