2000 Holden Vectra CD 2.2 from Australia and New Zealand
Different sensors were replaced quite a few times.
Time belt was replaced twice, costing nearly $1000 each time.
Power steering leak needs $1000 - $2000 to fix.
Very high service fees.
Once with the service people for more than 2 weeks, and cost nearly $2000.
Power driving switch stops working.
Fuel consumption is good.
Service/maintenance cost is unbelievably high.
Local dealer service is too poor and too greedy.
Overall, avoid Holden if you can.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 23rd April, 2012