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HSV vs FPV: Crunching Numbers

According to a recent issue of Australian Muscle Car magazine, it seems FPV's dominance was short lived. Monthly sales statistics reveal booming sales figures for HSV whilst FPV struggles to break the 200 mark. Obviously these figures must be taken with a grain of salt considering the the E-Series HSV having made its debut, and the Orion FPV range just around the corner...

HSV Doesn't Do Korean Cars

If Holden's marketing team had their way, HSV would be turning out HSV Epica's along side the Commodore range, however HSV have other ideas. HSV chairman John Crennan said his company is not interested in the Korean range from Holden...

HSV's luxo-barge has landed - the HSV Grange

Surely a Holden Statesman or Caprice would do the job for most. If the V6 unit wasn't enough, a 270kW V8 variant may also be opted. If those two engines weren't enough, HSV has developed the HSV Grange. HSV has gone above and beyond with the new HSV Grange, offering the utmost of luxuries, whilst also catering for the enthusiast's power needs...

Holden Special Vehicles HSV VXR

Oh my, a turbo charged HSV Holden? Whats next a Turbo Charged Commodore? We all knew this was coming, but no one was really going to say anything till HSV actually released the car. Of course HSV's actual influence on the VXR is rather ambiguous, nonetheless, here at Car Advice, we are far to excited by the prospect of this Turbo Charged VXR that we just don't care...

HSV Clubsport R8 E Series

To all the regular daily readers who come back everyday to get the latest car news and car advice, you should be well aware that I am not much of a Holden fan. No I am not exactly a Ford fan either. So, everyone take a deep breath as this may come as a big surprise to you all. I have, officially, taken a liking to the new VE or E series range from Holden Special Vehicles (HSV)...

HSV VE Commodore Leaked Pictures

Update : Click for a report on the new HSV Clubsport R8. Pictures of the HSV VE Commodore series range (which appear to have been taken by a Camera on a Phone) have appeared on the net. No other details whatsoever as of yet.