Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries

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3. Holden Commodore/Chevrolet SS

Unlike most models of Chevrolet, SS is imported from Australia and is originally produced by Holden. In its home market, the automobile sports sedan is referred to as Holden Commodore. The future of Holden Commodore is not bright because Holden will stop manufacturing these automobiles in Australia.


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2 thoughts on “Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries”

  1. You forgot to mention Mitsubishi Pajero (Asian version) and Mitsubishi Montero ( American version). FYI, Pajero is considered derogatory word, meaning “someone who je*ks off” so it was renamed Montero.

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