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Welcome to Davie HSV

We are Auckland’s newest HSV dealer and are proud to offer you the Sportscat, Chevrolet Silverado and the Chevrolet Camaro. We also provide WOF inspections, servicing, repairs, and a selection of genuine HSV and Chevrolet parts. Davie Motors is HSV New Zealand’s largest showroom, and is conveniently located 1min off the Southern Motorway and 15min from the Airport.

We look forward to satisfying all of your HSV and Chevrolet needs, and hope to see you soon.

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History of HSV

Australian made muscle cars took on a new maturity when HSV opened its doors to the public in February 1988.

The establishment of the partnership between General Motors Holden and the British Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) group was a major coup not just for performance car connoisseurs, but also for the local industry.

The new operation began with a clear set of goals and a carefully structured business plan. The aims were simple: the brief was to maintain the tradition of Holden-based performance sedans originally established by Peter Brock’s Holden Dealer Team.

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History of HSV

HSV’s first task was clear-cut: it was to get the recently unveiled TWR Group A VL Commodore into production. To do this, newly appointed Managing Director John Crennan embarked on a mission to sign up about 30 people capable of doing the job at the newly established Notting Hill facility in Melbourne’s south-east.

If any proof of the fledgling HSV’s credibility was needed, it was certainly there just three years later, when the company built its 5,000th vehicle.

HSV today is an important part of Holden operations with dealers across Australia and New Zealand and an enviable reputation for innovation and technological achievement. And as the company sits on the cusp of a new and exciting era of vehicle enhancement and conversion, you can be assured that the same entrepreneurial spirit that has driven HSV over the last 30 years will continue to guide the next 30 years and beyond.