Great Wall Wingle 6 pickup truck launched on the China auto market

Great Wall Wingle 6 pickup truck launched on the China auto market

The Great Wall Wingle 6 pickup truck has been launched on the China auto market. Price starts at 95.800 yuan and ends at 109.800 yuan. The Wingle 6 debuted as a semi-concept on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show, it is the largest and most expensive Great Wall pickup truck so far.

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Where the smaller Great Wall pickup trucks are aimed straight at the countryside the Wingle 6 is aimed higher, at professionals and farmers with some cash to spare. The ‘6’ will also play a major part in Great Wall’s export push to Australia, the Middle East, North Africa, Russia, and South and East Europe.

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Power comes from a 2.0 four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine with 129hp and 205nm, mated to a 6-speed manual. Earlier on we heard the Wingle 6 would become available with a petrol engine as well, but it is diesel only, at least for now.

Size: 5345/1800/1760, wheelbase is 3200.

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Rear bumper looks very bolted-on. Otherwise not a bad looking ute.

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The 2.0 turbo-diesel.

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GWM
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Beatiful

royalmm
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Not bad for a 4-door pickup truck, but the wheels are a tad small.

dragin
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This looks like the short wheelbase version of Wingle.

Johan Gilfillan
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Should do good in South Africa, but what happened with the V6 diesel engine Wingle CL – large American size big truck ?

shahoo
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dont you think that with this engine 2400 cc this power 129 hb is sooooooooooo least ? i think wingle 5 is better

craig dolbel
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Really need a BIGGER engine, Go for a 2.8 TDi or better yet 3.2TDi engine. Give it the ability to be a serious tow vehicle and they will sell like crazy

Robin
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I wish it could be available in the Philippines to