Great Wall’s Haval H6 gets a facelift

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At one time the Haval H6 was China’s best selling SUV, while it’s now pushed down the rankings it is still a very important car for Great Wall Motor and is the company’s best selling Haval model. The refresh is obviously as attempt to keep the car current seeing as the last significant refresh was only last year.

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Thanks to the those kind people at the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) we know that the car is being classified, at least by them, as a refresh of the third generation H6 which first went on sale in 2020. There are however some significant differences the biggest being the car is now 50 mm longer with a length of 4703 mm. The other major difference as seen in the latest teaser pictures released today is the new face for the car.

Last year’s refresh saw the original large grille swapped out for a more enclosed face, this year see’s a big grille return along with prominent light strips extending down from the headlights. At the rear the car no longer has through strip lights returning to the more traditional light cluster arrangement.  In 2023 the car was the sixth best selling SUV in China with sales of 226,024 and Great Wall obviously hopes to maintain that with the refresh.

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Powertrains are expected to remain broadly the same with a choice of a 1.5T engine with 135 kW power matched with a 7-speed wet dual clutch gearbox or a 170 kW 2.0T also matched to a 7-speed dual clutch unit. In addition there should be both hybrid and PHEV versions available. Exports are likely with the car currently being sold in various developing markets in Asia along with South Africa and Australia.

The facelift version of the Haval H6 will likely be shown to the public at the Beijing Auto Show next week with sales commencing later this year. With sales of the third generation having started in 2020 this is probably the last facelift before the fourth generation Haval H6 appears.

Sources: Autohome, Baidu,

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  1. Good Day

    I would like your team to have a look at my haval h6 2022 model which has been in service from 22nd December 2023 to current. I do understand it is good customer service to make new cars and keep things exciting but that does it mean we should not take care of our previous customers. We should fix car issues first before making new vehicles or just replace the car.


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