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HSV Clubsport 2004: Price guide

Asked by Peter

I'm looking to buy a 2004 HSV Clubsport SE 5.7. The seller wants $14,400 ONO, it’s got 180,000 km on the clock, and the service books are up to date. What issues should I be looking out for? The car I am viewing is very clean inside and out, drives good, steers good, but I’m unsure if the price is about right. Any info would be much appreciated.

Answered by CarsGuide

26 Apr 2019 Graham Smith

The average price of that model is $10,400-$12,700, so the quoted price is a little high. But against the kays are lower than average for that model, and the boxes for condition and service history are ticked. If it appears to have been well looked after by a caring owner, hasn’t obviously been thrashed it would seem to be a good choice.

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