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  • The Holden Statesman (WM) and Holden Caprice are a line of full size luxury cars produced by the General Motors Australian subsidiary, Holden since September 2006. The range debuted alongside the VE Commodore on 16 July 2006 at the Melbourne Convention Centre. With the Statesman's export plans, it was felt that its launch should be simultaneous with that of the Commodore, rather than months later, as had been the choice. Holden has exported this series to the Middle East as the Chevrolet Caprice since 2007 starting in 2014 with 2 trims discontinued. Sales of the WM Statesman in South Korea as the Daewoo Veritas commenced at the end of 2008 & was discontinued in 2010 after GM phased out the Daewoo brand. In 2011, GM introduced a captive import version in the U.S. market built exclusively for law enforcement agencies as the Chevrolet Caprice PPV. In August 2010, with the release of the WM Series II range, Holden announced the Statesman model had been discontinued, with the Caprice being split into two models and reduced in price. This was due to the small sales of the Statesman. In 2013, Holden updated the WM II to become the WN Caprice. Wikipedia

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