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Good question.....Nissan: VL Commodore motors, Pulsar sold as AstraIsuzu: Impulse/Piazza, Jackaroo/Trooper, Rodeo/Dmax and GeminiToyota: Commodore sold as Lexcen, Camry sold as Apollo, Corolla sold as NovaMitsubishi: nothing that I can rememberMazda: nothing that I can remember (Ford did a lot with them)Honda: nothing that I can rememberSuzuki: Swift sold as Barina, Sierra sold as the Drover, Carry sold as ScurryI also found:http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4741758-Obscure-rebadged-cars
@Lukas: That's insane. Who is left? Subaru. Daihatsu. That's it, right?
I got a Holden-Mazda product for you: Mazda Roadpacer, a Holden Premier with 13B rotary.
Oops, forgot Subie and Daihatsu. No Holden link-ups that I acn think of.Also forgot that Mazda Roadpacer - A holden Premier with a rotary engine - I think you've written about it.Half of Holden's models at present are rebadged Kias - Captiva5 and 7, Cruze, Barina.An earlier Holden Cruze was the Suzuki Ignis too.
The current Holden Cruz isn't based on the Chevy Cruz instead of the Kia?
Holdens like the Cruze and Captiva are based on Korean-developed Chevrolet. So, formerly Daewoos. But since now the non-US Chevrolet is mostly comprised of what used to be Daewoo, I don't think we can talk about "colaborating with other companies" here. It's all GM.
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