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2016 Haval H9 Lux Review

The Haval H9 proves that the Chinese can build a decent SUV with solid bang for buck, but they've still got plenty to learn about the prestige market.

2016 Haval H9 Review

The Haval H9 sits atop the Chinese SUV-maker's range. Can it match the likes of Ford's Everest?

2015 Haval H8 Review

The Chinese-made Haval H8 claims to be a premium product. Does it justify its $45K price tag?

Haval H8 Review : Quick drive

The Haval H8 will become a fresh threat to the likes of the Ford Territory and the Hyundai Santa Fe when it arrives in Australian showrooms in July. The large urban SUV will be the third model in incoming Chinese brand Haval’s local line-up, joining the fledgling range just weeks after the compact H2 crossover and the rugged H9 seven-seater...

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2016 Haval H8 SUV Review

We have seen several Chinese brands come and go in Australia without making much of an impact. But the latest contender, Haval, might not be quite like the others. The company has just launched in Australia with a three-SUV range priced and specced more closely in line with competition from Japan and Korea, and inspired in part by rivals out of Europe...

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Haval details plug-in hybrid future

SUV maker Haval has presented its new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) system, which the Chinese company claims will sip less than three litres per 100 kilometers. After only recently declaring that diesel engine technology has “reached its zenith”, the company has handed down fresh details of the plug-in hybrid powertrain that drives its new HB-02 SUV concept...

2016 Haval H2, H8, H9 prices cut for stocktake sale

SUV-focussed brand Haval has announced significant drive-away price cuts across its entire Australian range this week as part of a 2016 model-year stocktake sale. Haval, a branch of Chinese car maker Great Wall Motors, launched here late last year with the ambitious long-term goal of becoming Australia's best-selling SUV brand...

Haval says diesel has 'reached its zenith', has no plans to offer it

Haval has ruled out adopting diesel engines in the future, saying the technology has already “reached its zenith” and that petrol and electrification has all the upside. Instead, all future models from the Chinese SUV brand will use turbocharged petrol engines. Additionally, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric offerings are claimed to be due in the “very near future”...

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2017 Haval H7 set for Australian launch next year
2016 Haval H9 Lux Review

2016 Haval H9 Lux Review

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