September 4, 2017 by W.E. Ning
Today in One Minute Walk-around the The Haval H9, the largest SUV of the Haval brand, which is owned by China’s Great wall Motors. It is a massive car with a giant grille, side bars, and an off-road ready look.
The Haval H9 is 4.8 meters long and comes in 5 and seven-seat variants. There are two engines available: a 2.0 turbo diesel with 192 hp and a 2.0 turbo petrol with 252 hp. Haval is still working on a 3.0 twin-turbo V6 version that will have a massive 292 horses. We have been hearing about this engine for a year or so, but it still doesn’t seem finished yet. Price of the current lineup ranges from $31,000 and ends at $42,000 (prices in U.S. dollars converted from Chinese yuan).
July 21, 2017 by Joey Wang
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.
July 6, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter
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.
May 5, 2017 by Joey Wang
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.
April 24, 2017 by W.E. Ning
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.
March 15, 2017 by W.E. Ning
The answer to the question in the headline is: No. It will never stop. Here we go again! This black beauty is the new Haval H6 Coupe Blue Label, with a blue Haval badge and shiny bars in the bumper. Earlier on we saw the Haval H6 Coupe Red Label.
March 15, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter
This white beast is the new Haval H6 Blue Label. The new Haval H6 Red Label was unveiled earlier on. The new H6 is the successor of the immensely popular best selling current Haval H6. The current H6 however will not completely die, the low-end versions will continue as a budged alternative. There is more about the new H6: it is almost exactly the same car as the WEY 02.
February 20, 2017 by W.E. Ning
We finally can clear up some of the confusion surrounding Haval’s ten trillion new cars. The car you see here was formerly known as the Haval F6. But it has now appeared as the “All New H6”, the successor of the best selling Haval H6 which sells up to 70.000 units a month.
However, a car that succeeds a car would be too simple for Haval. The current H6 therefore will continue to be sold alongside the new one, it will even get a new 1.3 turbocharged engine. The new H6 will be positioned slightly higher than the current car.
January 13, 2017 by W.E. Ning
Haval is going to have a Red Label and a Blue Label variant of every car they make. The Blue Label is sporty and aimed at young and hip buyers, whereas the Red Label is normal for normal people. The next car to undergo the label treatment are the H7 and H7L. Starting with the H7; the Red Label version gets a different grille, bumpers, and lights.
January 13, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter
Haval is going to have a Red Label and a Blue Label variant of every car they make. The Blue Label is sporty and aimed at young and hip buyers, whereas the Red Label is normal for normal people. The next car to undergo the label treatment is the Haval H6 Coupe, in itself a sporty variant of the H6. The Red Label version gets a different grille, bumpers, and lights.