NEW E SERIES CONTINUES TO DELIVER RECORDS FOR HOLDEN SPECIAL VEHICLES

Published: 09 January 2007
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Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has set a new benchmark and another all time record sales result in December, with 519 retail deliveries across its Australian and New Zealand dealer network.

The highest ever sales month in the history of the high performance car company, means in Australia HSV delivered 3123 vehicles in 2006, with the New Zealand result representing 543 retail deliveries – 3666 in total across the two markets.

“This is a particularly pleasing result given the doom and gloom being sprouted in certain quarters about the state of the local car industry and large car market in general”, Managing Director of HSV Mr Phil Harding said.

“This excellent finish to 2006 proves the Australian and New Zealand motoring public is excited about the range of luxury and performance cars our company is manufacturing”.

Phil Harding said Western Australia, Queensland and Victoria all posted individual record monthly results in December.

“We aim to continue strong sales into 2007 as well as finalise export opportunities for the E series”, he said.

This year will also see HSV bring to the market the luxurious long wheel based performance vehicle that debuted at the Sydney International Motor Show – the HSV Grange.

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