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HSV CLUBSPORT Used Car Review

Pros

Cons

  • Terrific bang for your buck
  • Wonderful sounds of V8 engines
  • Excellent muscle-car handling
  • Potential for future classic status
  • No longer available to buy new
  • Variable ride quality
  • Interior differentiation to donor Commodore not always big
  • V8 engines no fuel-misers
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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1997 Holden Special Vehicles ClubSport VS II Red 5 Speed Manual Sedan

  • 252541 km
  • Sedan
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl

Buying a car just got so much Easier as we offer: Great Finance Packages Over the phone approvals Top trade-in value 1-5 Years Extended Warranty Roadside Assistance Guaranteed Clear Title Australia-wide transport Bad Credit? Pensioner? Ex Bankrupt? The Bank said NO? We Can Help with Easy Finance available so give us a chance... Whether you are looking for Auto or Manual, SUV or Wagon, Coupe or Convertible, Hatch or Sedan, Petrol or Turbo Diesel, 4x4 or 4x2 We can make it happen with a

$54,880
Minchinbury, NSW

Dealer used
02/12/2021

2000 HOLDEN HSV VX R8 CLUBSPORT 255 LS1

  • 134000 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

This is a amazing car that you can own This 2000 vx clubie R8 is up for grabs prices and only going up a vr or Vs clubie is worth 60k now it’s only a matter of time for these to follow it’s been stored away in a garage for many of years now that’s why it in pristine condition it’s going to be 22years old soon the kit could do with a Freshen up I fitted the after market headlights its my choice of preference but I do have the original headlights packed away the original stereo is also packed aw

Swap/Trade
Delahey, VIC

25/11/2021

Wanted: WTB Hsv vs gts cherry black

  • 100000 km
  • Sedan
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl

Want to buy VS GTS cherry black Any condition Happy to travel

Negotiable
Cranbourne, VIC

18/11/2021

HSV VS CLUBSPORT 5 LITRE FOR SALE

  • 180000 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

Vs clubby 183xxxkms Auto Genuine car Factory 5l 1997 VSII SERIES 2 No wovr Car is unregistered Has been rear ended, bought as a project but don’t have the funds to finish it, car currently starts but turns iff straight away as fuel tank is bent so might’ve bent some hoses for fuel to run through also had no fuel in the car. Comes with a running 97 vs shell which has the clubby front snd rear bar on it and a straight body both cars are series 2 $25k ono

$25,000Negotiable
Greenvale, VIC

04/11/2021

HSV vs clubsport original 100k kms with books and history immaculate

  • 103000 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

This is one of the best examples you will find with books and history.... inspection will not disappoint...

$46,500
Maroochydore, QLD

15/10/2021

VS HSV Clubsport 6L with a 6sp Auto

  • 1 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto

VS HSV Clubsport New paint incl engine bay New interior New driveline New rims and tyres Fresh cammed L98 with 6 speed Auto Full custom exhaust and much more.. Fun car to drive. Mod plate, RWC, Rego Please note: Plates are not for sale Comes with original engine. Genuine buyers only. If I don't answer leave txt and ill call back. May swap

$89,000Negotiable
Manoora, QLD

10/08/2021

Wanted: Wtb vr vs vt ss Hsv Clubsport Senator

  • 1 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

Looking for vr vs ss hsv Clubsport Senator Maloo will also look at other models message me what you have Vl vk vn vp vt vx vy vz ve vf e1 e2 e3 185i 215i 220i

$1,234Negotiable
North Melbourne, VIC

16/05/2021

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Overview of the Hsv Clubsport

Overview of the Hsv Clubsport

HSV CLUBSPORT GENERATIONS (SINCE 1997)

1997-2006

2006-2015

2015-2017

RUNNING COSTS

Fuel Consumption (2013-2017)

6.2L V8: 12.6 to 15.0 litres per 100km

6.2L supercharged V8: 15.0 to 15.3 litres per 100km

= Highly economical.

= Good economy.

= Average fuel use.

= Heavy consumption.

Servicing

SIMILAR MODELS TO HSV CLUBSP ORT

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR: HSV CLUBSPORT (GEN-F 2013-2017)

The last of the Australian-made HSVs were mechanically tough vehicles with incredible levels of performance. And that last bit is your clue on what to watch out for.

Essentially, these cars were made to be driven hard and bought by owners who were planning to do just that. So watch for badly repaired crash damage, particularly on the aluminium bonnet and bootlid (aluminium can be trickier to repair).

The rule of thumb says that if you can see where repairs have been made, then they haven't been made properly.

Any car as new as this should also have a full service record and oil changes are important as this engine in this tune tends to run its oil fairly hot.

The big danger is that you wind up with a car that has been used for track-days. So check for things like extra tow-hooks, aftermarket gauges and even wheel rims that are scuffed and scratched, suggesting a lot of previous tyre-changes.

Mechanically, the big recurring problem is failed hydraulic lifters, so listen for a ticking noise when the engine is idling and first started.