Great Wall Haval H7 will hit the Chinese car market in 2013

Published on May 28, 2012 by Joey Wang

Great Wall Haval H7

The new Great Wall Haval H7 SUV debuted last month at the Beijing Auto Show. Great Wall said at the time the H7 would be launched on the Chinese car market in late 2012. Chinese media however reports today that the H7 is delayed one full year until the end of 2013. Very strange indeed because the H7 seemed completely production-ready.

Great Wall Haval H7

The problem seems to be the new 218hp 2.0 turbo engine, rumors say its development has suffered an unspecified set-back. The H7 is a big risk for Great Wall so I guess they want to make sure everything is perfectly fine when it hits the market. The Haval H7 is the biggest Great Wall car so far, with the biggest and strongest engine. It will also be the most expensive vehicle in Great Wall’s line-up, entering a completely new market segment for the brand. Still, a delay of a whole year seems a lot.

Via: Autohome.


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  1. cjcz92- May 29, 2012 Reply

    A boring Porsche copy. ugh

  2. ytf- May 29, 2012 Reply

    you’re blind

  3. cjcz92- May 29, 2012 Reply

    Look at the side profile and the windows…its like a Kia Sorento mated with a last gen Cayenne

  4. 172- May 30, 2012 Reply

    Well, then every car nowadays looks like some cars mated with others or similar regardless of where it was made or designed.

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