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2017 Haval H2 Premium 4x2 review

You probably know very little about the Haval H2, but this Vitara, Qashqai and CX-3 rival in the small crossover segment shows promise, especially given the much-needed recent price cuts.

The Shortlist: Medium SUVs under $30,000 with rear-view camera and parking sensors

Doing what we do, CarAdvice writers are regularly asked by friends and family members as well as through online enquiries – what car do you recommend for me? Most people can usually identify the top three non-negotiable factors that will guide their purchase decision. In this new series, we look at these cases and single out three cars that fit the brief...

2017 Haval H6 Lux review

The Haval H6 offers a luxury interior and impressive list of included features at a competitive price. But is that enough to counteract its shortcomings?

2017 Haval H6 Review

The Haval H6 is the Chinese company's most competitive offer yet...

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...

Haval H2 Review : Quick drive

The Haval H2 is the first of the new wave of Chinese vehicles headed to Australia, and the first that will make the mainstream brands sit up and take notice of the long-threatened but as-yet-unproven rising superpower of the East. Since Great Wall landed on our shores in 2009, Chinese vehicles have offered a cheap but largely crass alternative that has failed to catch on with new car buyers...