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Maven Gig Already Expanding to Three New Cities in Australia

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Not long after announcing the arrival of Maven Gig in Sydney and Brisbane, General Motors has revealed that it has expanded the program to three new cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast.

“To date, Maven Gig has helped more than 600 drivers get on the road, doubling our membership in the last two months alone. Collectively, these members have driven more than four million kilometers across Melbourne and Sydney,” said Matthew Rattray-Wood, general manager, Maven Australia.

“We’re very excited by the speed of growth and the positive feedback from our customers, allowing us to expand into even more cities across Australia,” Rattray-Wood added. “The demand for our service, much of it through positive word-of-mouth, is the best sign that we are on the right track.”


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Maven Gig provides drivers with their choice of the Holden Captiva, Trax, Barina, and Astra Hatchback and Sedan, starting from $215 per week. That price includes unlimited kilometers, insurance, service, maintenance, and roadside assistance, making Maven Gig an incredibly appealing offer to those looking to make money through ride-sharing. The current fleet of Maven vehicles totals more than 400 vehicles.

Rattray-Wood also revealed that Maven has further plans for expanding urban mobility offerings, but was not forthcoming with any particulars.

“I can’t talk specifics just yet, but the launch of Maven in Australia is a great example of Holden’s ability to leverage the global leadership of General Motors in urban mobility. In addition to the continued growth of Maven Gig, we’re continuing to assess opportunities for different Australian drivers, be that in the personal or business space. Stay tuned.”


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