GWM’s Haval H6 facelift – full pictures and powertrain

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Yesterday we brought you word of the new facelift for 2024 Haval H6 along with some teaser shots. Today we go one better and give you pictures of the exterior plus powertrain details.

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It is now pretty clear from these pictures that the 2024 Haval H6 is a facelift rather than a new generation with the side being very little different to the current version. Instead all major changes are reserved for the front and rear.

The front grille covers a large area and has a quite distinctive pattern and prominent Haval badge. Underneath at the bottom is an air inlet. Light extensions go down to around the line extending from the top of the air inlet. With the new running lights the light clusters create a 7 like shape. The ‘starlight’ headlight consists of 54 LED bulbs, with the beam from each light group reaching 110 meters and 190 meters respectively.

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At the back the biggest difference is that the lights are no longer through type giving space for the Haval logo between the two clusters. The tailgate itself is a similar shape to the existing car and there is spoiler at the top.

Although the facelifted car still uses the same engines as the 2023 Haval H6 they have been upgraded. In the case of the 1.5 turbo unit power is now 130 kW. For the 2.0T version power has increased from 155 kW to 170 kW and fuel consumption is now 8.1 l/100 km. Both engines use a 7-speed wet dual clutch transmission. Hybrid and PHEV versions of the facelift are likely to follow on soon.  

Length, width and height of this car are 4703, 1886, 1730 mm respectively, and the wheelbase is 2738 mm. This compares to 4653, 1886, 1730 dimensions on a 2738 mm for the original H6. So it seems that the 50 mm increase in length all goes into the overhangs.

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The Haval H6 is one of Great Wall’s best selling cars although the days when it was the best selling SUV in China are gone. The debut of the facelift is likely to be next week’s Beijing Auto Show and it should keep the car going until the fourth generation H6 comes along.

Source: Autohome, Fast Technology

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  1. Best part of the design of the car was seeing it from the back in the night, that full led backlight was a beast. Shame they removed it

  2. Does the torque output on the 2.0T remain the same on the facelifted model given the power output has been increased to 170 kw


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