The Great Wall Haval H6 1.5T has been launched on the Chinese car market, priced from 108.800 yuan to 127.800 yuan. The Haval H6 1.5T is powered bu a new 1.5 turbocharged four-cylinder, good for 150hp and 210nm, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
The drive train fits perfectly in the new trend of offering fuel-efficient smaller-displacement engines with enough sporty-power to be cool. The 1.5T fits somewhere in the middle of the H6 range. It is more expensive than the 133hp 2.0, costs almost the same than the 150hp 2.0 turbo, and is cheaper than the 163hp 2.4. The 1.5T is not a replacement for the 2.0T, the latter will continue for buyers who like their turbo on a big motor.
We’re getting this in the UK in July. I really think it looks great and can’t wait to let my customers take it out for a spin.
Great Wall is going to change the European view on cheap imported cars.
It doesn’t have to have class-leading refinement and technology. It only has to be comfortable and reliable and inexpensive and it will succeed everywhere it’s sold. There will come a time though when being the price leader isn’t enough anymore, but in the current global economy that day is a long way off. The possibilities out there for Chinese companies are endless right now.
thank you for your mark (great wall) is the best in algeria,
i have one g w wingle 2012
really is the best
thanx a lot,, carry on for the best