The HSV Y-Series Avalanche XUV (X-Treme Utility Vehicle) was discharged in March 2004. A double taxicab, all-wheel drive utility, the Avalanche XUV was fueled by GM’s 5.7-liter LS1 V8 petrol motor which was mated to the four-speed 4L60E programmed transmission; crest force and torque were 270kW and 475Nm, individually. Subsequently, the Avalanche XUV could quicken from rest to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds. The Avalanche XUV was 5323 mm long, 2046 mm wide, 1542 mm tall and had a 3207 mm long wheelbase; the freight plate measaured 1463 mm (length) by 1438 mm (width).
The upgraded execution VY range sold by Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) is showcased as the Y Series and it involved the variations recorded beneath, one after another in order. Surprisingly, HSV quit receiving the same arrangement code as the standard benefactor autos keeping in mind the end goal to facilitate separate its items.
The HSV Avalanche is an all-wheel drive hybrid SUV that was fabricated by Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) somewhere around 2003 and 2005. In view of the Holden Adventra LX8 hybrid wagon, the Avalanche extend additionally joined a double taxi utility model known as the HSV Avalanche XUV. The XUV got from the Holden Crewman Cross8.
Both HSV vehicles were implicit two arrangement, the 2003 “Y Series II” (the wagon was really accessible as of October/November 2003) and an overhauled form of the “Y Series II”, which incorporated a portion of the redesigns found in the more up to date “Z Series” HSV models. These later models are entirely uncommon, with an assemble life of nine months from April 2005 to December 2005.
Likewise with the related Holden VY all-wheel drive vehicles, the HSV Y Series AWD vehicles as worked from September 2004 to March 2005 confusingly have Z Series consistence and Vehicle Identification Numbers; this connects to the working of new detail Holden VZ and Z Series HSV non-AWD autos amid this period.
The redesigned Avalanches with a portion of the Z Series overhauls can be remotely outwardly separated from the Y Series renditions by their re-profiled front guard unit that looks less forceful and which highlights a more coordinated appearance to the assistant driving lights.
The Avalanche vehicles were fitted solely with the 5.7 liter LS1 V8 motor evaluated at 270 kilowatts (360 hp) of force and 475 newton meters (350 lb·ft) of torque, mated to a four-speed 4L65-E programmed gearbox. Lasting all-wheel drive was aligned to convey 62 percent of the ability to the back wheels, along these lines keeping up a back wheel drive feel to the treatment of these vehicles.
Alongside Holden’s V8 Commodore-based AWD vehicles, the HSV Avalanche arrangement was suspended in late 2005 because of eliminating of the 5.7 liter LS1 motors in view of the Euro III outflows controls.
HSV Avalanche XUV 2003 Design Interior Exterior