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Sydney show: HSV reveals its Grange flagship

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HOLDEN Special vehicles almost out-shone GM Holden in Sydney yesterday by revealing a stunning new long-wheelbase Grange sedan.

Based on Holden's slick new WM Statesman/Caprice, the redesigned HSV luxury flagship will go on sale early next year at a price that is expected to remain under $AU100,000.

HSV’s current Grange is priced at $AU89,750, but its 297kW/530Nm 6.0-litre V8 will make way for the same upgraded 307kW/550Nm LS2 V8 that powers the short-wheelbase HSV E Series range, which went on sale in October and also made its Australian debut in Sydney this morning.

Of course, the WM Grange's other big drivetrain news – and helping make it what HSV claims will be "one of the fastest luxury/sports limousines in the world" – is the adoption of GM's 6L80E six-speed automatic transmission.

Full article and photos:

http://www.goauto.com.au/mellor/mellor.nsf...A257214000BCCF1

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Very nice vehicle. The price of this may seem extremely high to most of us here but luxury cars in Australia are all overpriced from what I've heard.

Buick could use a car similar to this. Of course, it shouldn't look like it but GMNA should use a similar approach and price it competitively against the 300C.

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That car better become the flagship for Buick. Call it whatever, but GM better get that car here now. And lower the price about $55k.

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That car better become the flagship for Buick. Call it whatever, but GM better get that car here now. And lower the price about $55k.

Mate thats in AUS$ not american it will be a;pt less than the 89,000 it would be about $50K american

you know exchange rates

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Holy :censored:! It's as if the front of the car is giving the finger to every luxury vehicles in it's class, as well as onlookers!

I like it!

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