If only the world worked the way in which we'd all want it to. Sadly it doesn't and one of the victims of this unfair fact of life is the Holden Ute. According to Herald Sun, US customers won't have a Chevrolet
-badged version of the Holden Commodore Ute because of the light commercial tariff rate and the strong Australian dollar. Also known as the "chicken tax", this rate is currently at 35 percent, which is triple the amount when going from the Commodore sedan to the Ute.