HSV Clubsport VN-VE 1990-2008 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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HSV Clubsport VN-E 1990-2008

Owners of very early HSV Clubsports might manage a restrained ‘whoop’ of celebration, however there is still no joy for those hoping to cash out of their later models.

VN-VP Clubbies now manage $30,000+ (still well short of new-car prices) but later versions hover at 2016 levels. That is despite the effective disappearance of HSV itself and nostalgic influences on other products of the ‘old’ HSV.

A low-km 297kW Z Series at $25,000 could be worthwhile, as should a Maloo for $5000 less. HSV’s performance utes traditionally sold in smaller numbers than their sedan equivalents yet scarcity isn’t being reflected in the value listings.

With average kilometres and frequent use in mind, an average E-Series Maloo should be costing less than $25,000.

VN-VP Clubsport $29,300 [5] 

VR-VT Clubsport $20,400 [22]

VTII-Z Clubsport $19,455 [53] 

Clubsport E 2006-08 $29,625 [29]

VG-VS Maloo $31,375 [4] 

VU-Z Maloo $20,400 [34]

Maloo E 2006-08 $32,395 [18]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.


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