If you’re not hiding under a rock, you know that the price of used cars has risen in the last two years, and the cost of several cars, such as the rare HSV models in Australia, has gone up. Take HSV GTSR W1 as an example.
The latest version of Holden Commodore was introduced in 2017 and when it was new, it was priced at AU 127,700 ($ 91,898). Five years fast forward and this starting price seems affordable, as the examples used are traded with hands over AU $ 500,000 ($ 359,822).
This GTSR W1 is one of 298 models already released, 275 of which were sold in Australia. It was put up for sale Australian muscle car sales it only considers offers that exceed AU $ 450,000 ($ 323,840).
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The exterior of the sedan is complemented by dark black wheels and bright red brake calipers. The car has only traveled 582 km (361 miles) since its inception and is in excellent condition.
GTSR W1 capacity C6 Corvette ZR1 is the famous 6.2-liter supercharged V8, monumental 636 hp. and produces 601 pound feet (815 Nm) of torque. The Tremec TR6060 MH3 six-speed manual transmission connected to this engine transmits its power through the rear wheels. Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires that help put all this power on the ground.
Like the exterior, the interior is perfect with black leather and Alcantara, which decorates the seats, transmission tunnel, control panel, steering wheel and door panels.
Australian muscle car sales rarely sells HSV with all shipping documents, logs, sales invoices, car seat covers and numbered vehicle covers.