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Great Wall Wingle 6 concept is a Big pickup truck for China

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This is the new and giant Great Wall Wingle 6 pickup truck concept, it debuted earlier on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show in China. The Wingle 6 previews a new large pickup truck that will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2014. The Wingle 6 will be the biggest pickup truck under the Great Wall brand so far.

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There will be three engines available in the production version: 2.0 petrol, 2.0 turbo petrol and a 2.4 liter turbodiesel. The Wingle 6 is even bigger than expected, size: 5340/1800/1755, wheelbase yet unknown. The market for large pickup trucks is growing in China. Many car buyers from rural areas have much more money to spend than only five years ago and are perfectly willing to spend it on bigger cars. Price for the Wingle 6 will start around 130.000 yuan and will end around 180.000 yuan.

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First Great Wall pickup truck with a screen in the center console. Manual gearbox, but an automatic might become available too, which would be a first timer as well.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. el avance de la industria automotris china es muy grande vivo en ecuador y tengo una camioneta wingle 5 me salio perfecta excelente nivel de economía y no me ha dado problemas mecanicos espero la fecha que salga la nueva wingle y así poder cambiar mi camioneta por la nueva wingle 6 se ve que es una gran camioneta

  2. A larger diesel engine is a great idea. I would buy a second great wall if I could get one that will comfortably tow 2 tonne without having to crawl up the hills. And while you’re at it, Add a clock to the dash (not just the radio, a clock that is always displayed) Why not think of cruise control as an optional extra?

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