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Holden Caprice (VQ)

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The Holden Caprice (VQ) and Holden Statesman (VQ) were Holden's top-of-the-line luxury sedans produced between 1990 and 1994. It was the first Statesman to be based on the Commodore line. The rear end was an all-new design, with independent rear suspension. They were positioned against Ford Australia's Fairlane and LTD. The VQ Statesman was used as an official car by government ministers in Australia, and some were also converted into hearses for funerals or limousines. Series I Statesmans were released in March 1990, whilst the Series II were released in December 1991. There was a further update in late 1993. History After General Motors Holdens ended production of the WB Statesman in 1984, Ford was left to market its Fairlane and LTD with no local competition. It was another six years before Holden released another long wheelbase sedan. Unlike the Ford NA Fairlane, Holden focused mainly on creature comforts and mechanical improvements in the VQ rather than appearan
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