HSV Celebrates a record breaking 2003

Published: 05 January 2004

Pictured: HSV.

Holden Special Vehicles has finished 2003 with another stand out result.

HSV has enjoyed continual growth each year since its inception in 1988, and with the 2003 sales results now complete, HSV is setting its sights on ambitious growth targets for 2004 and beyond.

The total 2003 HSV sales were 3832 cars. This represents an increase over the previous record year 2002 of 129 units or 3.5%. Included within these impressive figures is the record 13% or 70 unit sales increase for HSV’s New Zealand market – a testimony to the strength of the HSV brand within the NZ automotive marketplace.

The relative sales volumes achieved during 2003 affirms HSV’s position as the top automotive manufacturer within the performance / luxury segment.

“While these results represent a strong endorsement of HSV’s traditional business, the launch of our two latest models, the Avalanche and Coupe 4, sees HSV take another enormous stride in the entirely new direction of All-Wheel-Drive technology” said HSV’s Managing Director, John Crennan.

“With an already strong vehicle order bank, the emergence of new AWD variants, and continued involvement in Australian motor-sport, HSV looks certain to lead the sales challenge into the 2004 performance / luxury car segment yet again”.

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