[Sponsored] After driving across some of Australia in Haval’s value-packed 4×4, the H9 shows it offers an off-roader with a difference. The world is a rapidly changing place and so too is the automotive industry. In particular, the off-roading and four-wheel drive scene is seeing new options galore. Sure, stalwarts
Retro-inspired mini off-roaders are becoming the rage, and this is the first next-gen model we’ve seen to come from China. Chinese carmaker Haval will replace its mid-size H5 SUV in a completely redesigned package. Bringing a boxy, squared-off look and some off-road parts, it appears Haval wants a rival to
We drove across the Simpson Desert in two Chinese four-wheel drives. The seven-part series is complete and this is everything you need to know about it.
The refreshed 2019 Haval H9 has seen a raft of active safety features made standard across the two-variant range with pricing steady.
The all-new Great Wall Ute has been revealed in Adventure ute trim with the Chinese car maker saying it’ll go on-sale here next year.
Haval has sharpened its pencil and cut the price on the H2 and H6 SUVs to “reinforce its value for money position in Australia”.
Haval has made no secret of its intention to play in the fast-growing premium trade ute segment, but now it’s released an image of what we might expect.
Isaac Bober’s 2018 Haval H9 Review with pricing, specs, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
Chinese car maker, Haval, has revealed a production version of its first plug-in hybrid SUV, the P8, and said it’ll have autonomous cars in two years.
As we continue our Simpson Desert crossing series with the Haval H9 and Great Wall Stead, this week, we look at tyres; the most important part of your 4×4.
Alex Rae’s Passenger Seat 2018 Haval H7 Review with specs, performance, ride and handling, verdict and score.
The popularity of American pick-up trucks in China will see Great Wall introduce its own by 2020, and export to Australia seems likely.
Haval Australia is working with local specialist Ironman 4×4 to develop revised suspension and tuning for its largest and most capable 4×4 the H9.
Haval has confirmed that its HB-03 concept from last month’s Shanghai Motor Show will go into production and be sold here in 2020.
Refreshed 2018 Haval H9 cops improvements performance, looks and safety in response to feedback from customers in Australia.