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The Haval M6 Is Another Somewhat Sporty SUV For China

July 21, 2017 by Joey Wang

Haval M6

The Haval M6 is an odd addition to the Haval lineup, which is odd in any way, with far too many cars that are similar in size and price. The M6 is a perfect example of the madness. It has been launched today as a sporty variant of the old H6. Price starts at 89.800 yuan and ends at 112.800 yuan.

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Spy Shots: This Is The New Haval M6 SUV For China

July 6, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Haval M6

News from Haval: they are going to launch a new SUV. That indeed is actually not news. It would be news if they were not going to launch an SUV. The latest in the endless series is this Haval M6, formerly known as the Haval H6.

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The Haval H4S Is A Sporty New Compact SUV For China

June 28, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Haval H4S

Haval is working on yet another line of SUVs under the Haval H4 name. It will consist of the H4 Red Label, the H4 Blue Label, the H4S Red Label, and the H4S Blue Label. The H4S Red Label is the car on the photo. It is based on the same platform and has largely the same body as the WEY 02 SUV.

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WEY Is Going Seven-seats With New Premium SUV For China

June 28, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

WEY SUV

WEY has applied for patent on a new seven-seat SUV for China. It has a much larger grille than the recently launched WEY VV7 (a five-seater), but the looks are otherwise similar to the other WEYs we have seen so far.

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Visit To The WEY Dealer In China

May 10, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

WEY VV7

The new WEY VV7 SUV was launched on the Chinese car market last month. Time thus for a visit to the WEY dealer in Beijing. Yes, the dealer, because as for now there is only one. They are based in a brand new building just outside the eastern section of the Fifth Ring Road.

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New Haval H6 SUV Hits The Chinese Car Market In Red And Blue Label

May 5, 2017 by Joey Wang

Haval H6 SUV

Haval just can’t stop themselves. They have launched the new H6, a mid-size SUV. The new H6 comes in two kinds: the H6 Red Label, the blue car, and the H6 Blue Label, see below. The new H6 shares its platform with the upcoming WEY 02. The current H6, Haval’s best selling model, continues as if there is no new H6. So now we have two H-sixes.

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WEY VV7 Launched On The Chinese Car Market

April 27, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

The WEY VV7 SUV has been launched on the Chinese auto market. The VV7, formerly known as the 01, is the first car of Great Wall’s new “premium SUV” WEY brand. The VV7 comes in two kinds: a basic version called VV7c and a sporty version  called VV7s. Price starts at 167.800 yuan and ends at 188.800 yuan ($24.388 – 27.384). Hardly premium money and not even that expensive for a Great Wall.

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Haval HB-03 Hybrid Concept Launched On The Shanghai Auto Show

April 24, 2017 by W.E. Ning

Haval HB-03 Hybrid

The new Haval HB-03 Hybrid concept car launched on the Shanghai Auto Show, with razor sharp headlights and shiny five spoke wheels. The HB-03 Hybrid previews a sporty SUV-coupe that will launch on the Chinese auto market in 2018.

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WEY Pi4 VV7x SUV Coupe Concept Launched On The Shanghai Auto Show In China

April 21, 2017 by Joey Wang

WEY Pi4 VV7x SUV Coupe Concept

WEY wins the prize for the Best New Car Name (BNCM) on the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show in China. This red vehicle is called the Pi4 VV7x. So easy to remember, so easy to pronounce, so easy to write down, so catchy! Just say it slowly… Pi4 VV7x. Wonderful! Congrats to WEY.

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This Is The New WEY VV7 SUV For China

April 10, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

This Is The New WEY VV7 SUV For China

The very first photos of the WEY VV7, formerly known as the WEY 01. The VV7 will be launched on the Chinese car market later this month. Somewhat confusingly the white car on the photos appears to be the sportier S model (compare with base model) with a racy bumpers and four big exhaust pipes, but it doesn’t have the S badge on the back. In anyway, we expect WEY to confuse us a many times more.

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