HSV Senator

HSV Senator Reviews

2011

HSV Senator 2011 Review

Something like "$85,000 is well below the going rate for a senator's signature, isn't it?" is too easy, inaccurate (in sentiment as well as market rate, we hope). The fully-loaded Senator sits $5000 below the more-tastily named Grange...Read more

2010

HSV E3 2010 Review

THE homegrown V8 power war has been ceded to FPV. Instead of increasing power for the new HSV E Series 3, the performance car company has chosen to fit a range of hi-tech electronic gadgetry to its E3 models, offer dual gas/petrol power, increase the...Read more

2009

HSV Senator 2009 Review

The production run of the E-Series Senator Signature will be just 30 manual and 59 automatic cars. They will be powered by HSV’s LS3 317kW V8 engine, with HSV performance suspension and 19” billet silver Senator wheels with silver brake...Read more

2008

HSV Lineup 2008 Review

All eight cylinders are firing hard at Holden Special Vehicles and the punch will only get strong with the arrival of V-Series cars with an LS3 V8 under the bonnet.Read more

2006

HSV Senator 2006 Review

So it is comfy and cushy, but still very quick. And it has a 6.0-litre V8, which means instant respect at the lights. Our test car came in black, with a digital dashboard readout that told us it was Skaife 001, and all the luxury and go-fast gear you...Read more

HSV Senator 2006 Review

Holden has a 6.0-litre V8 and so does its go- fast department HSV, but they're not the same engine. HSV's 297kW Gen IV LS2 unit has been adapted from the American C6 Corvette and as such has been designed from the outset for high performance....Read more

2004

HSV Senator vs FSV Falcon GT 2004

A small group of cars are Aussie icons. They set the heartbeat for local motoring. The born-again Falcon GT clears the bar with a handy margin and so does the HSV Senator. Both pump up the local action and raise the pulse for people who want the best of...Read more

2003

HSV Senator Signature 2003 Review

A SMALL group of cars are Aussie icons. They set the heartbeat for local motoring. The born-again Falcon GT clears the bar with a handy margin and so does the HSV Senator. Both pump up the local action and raise the pulse for people who want the best of...Read more
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Price Guide

$94,490

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$92,990

Highest Price

$95,990

Range & Specifications

2017 Sedan - Discontinued Feb 2017
Signature
MSRP
$92,990
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2017 Sedan
SIGNATURE 30TH EDITION
MSRP
$95,990
ANCAP Rating
TBA

HSV Senator News

HSV E-Series Senator Signature

27 February 2009 by CarsGuide team

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28 November 2013 by Joshua Dowling

HSV Gen-F fact files

15 May 2013 by Joshua Dowling

HSV Gen F range, the walk-up

15 May 2013 by Joshua Dowling

HSV GTS off to a flying start

15 May 2013 by Joshua Dowling