HSV Coupe/W427 2001-2009 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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HSV Coupe/W427 2001-2009 - 2019

Two-door Holdens with HSV badges enjoyed brief but spectacular life-spans.

Reviving the GTO nameplate in the USA carried hopes of export earnings but HSV versions were never destined for that role in the USA. Nor were the Americans going to get the swish and quite pricey HSV GTOs which today still struggles to recover the original owners’ outlays. However it is doing better than the GTO which is priced typically at around $50,000 but quite often sells for considerably less.

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The one still to watch is the all-wheel drive Coupe 4 which is scarce and significant and looks headed for $100,000.

The W427 has been likened to a locomotive and in financial terms is building up steam before heading off in pursuit of those GTHOs and A9Xs. If you have one, perhaps hang onto it.

GTO $47,315 [26] 

GTS Coupe $78,000 [10] 

Coupe 4 $80,000 [4]

W427 2008-09 $139,750 [4]

[*] = 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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