By Aiden Taylor 30 Apr And suddenly the extra wide front guards on the W1 start to make sense. The wheels and tyres are a good starting point. Holden Equinox review: Remembering ‘Johnny Wheeltubs’ John Taverna. A lot of work has also gone into the operation of the clutch and clutch pedal and there is a beefier limited-slip differential.

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Staying with the big theme, the official fuel economy number for the combined-cycle test was a frightening Tesla Model X review: So, of course, it pulls big, smokey skids to Olympic standards.

30 Years of HSV: W427

A decade ago, HSV’s W was the quickest, fastest and most powerful Aussie performance car ever created. Production began in winterjust as the GFC hit, and the order book closed in April That number was pulled back to depending on orders, and interested parties were encouraged to get their orders in.

Ford and Holden are the back bone of the aussie petrol head culture, and quite a few people would only be seen driving one or another. The W is a bit fidgety with it on, but it steers and handles with even more precision.


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First ever HSV W for sale

Well its not going to the UK so it shouldn’t really matter. This is a very torquey motor, yet it also revs cleanly out to rpm, past peak power at rpm.

Volkswagen Multivan review: Ford Ranger Raptor off-road review Marcus Craft. But the same money, or less, will also buy a BMW M3 or Mercedes C63 and those are pedigreed performance cars from two of the world’s top brands.

They are all characteristics of a car designed to be a world-class performance sedan.

One W forerunner was built on the Holden production line with a wet sump version of the 7. Original military-chic civilian off-roader enters a fourth Wrangler-badged W4227 by the middle of the following year, the announcement was made that production would be capped at if you count the original motor show car.

The brakes are six-piston Brembo units on the front and have 50 per cent greater pad w42, as well as pads with more bite. There has never been a Commodore as costly or as quick as the W, which has picked up the seven-litre V8 engine from America’s king-of-the-hill Corvette as part of a final 20th birthday celebration by Holden Special Vehicles. Planning quickly zeroed-in on the Corvette in the USA, and its monster LS7 motor, with the same top-dog approach to every component and the ultimate result.


Hairy muff Mr MacNeil. That is a powerful pile of cash for a Commodore, even one which now qualifies comfortably as the top dog in Australian motoring. And when you did give it the berries, it was seriously impressive. The balance is phenomenal. Jason Thomas transformed a shed-find XP coupe into a beautiful hp cruiser.

First ever HSV W427 for sale

When the car was officially launched in Augustthe original plan was to build examples. But the W is his ultimate. Because of the extent of the changes to the suspension, the W feels much tighter than a regular VXR8, with sharper, more accurate steering and better-controlled damping, with no massive drop in ride quality.

And of course, the W has a beefy limited-slip differential. The next phase of DS’s premium push hits the UK with this new small The story of the W began more than two years ago when HSV management was planning the 20th birthday party for the hot Holden shop. He reacts sharply to any complaints about the car, and particularly its price.

The story behind the HSV W

First ever HSV W for sale. Aussified Omegas and Cavs they ain’t. This car had to have HSV’s best-ever braking package. Should I buy one?