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Chinese car brands MG, LDV, GWM Haval continue to set sales records
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5th May 2021
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Chinese car brands MG, LDV, GWM Haval continue to set sales records

Chinese cars continue to rocket up the new-car sales charts Australia, overtaking sales from Germany and the USA for the first four months this year. It is the first time in Australian automotive history cars from China have outsold those from Germany and the USA for such an extended period.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 GWM Ute from $33,990 to $40,990 drive-away – UPDATE
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12th Jan 2021
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2021 GWM Ute from $33,990 to $40,990 drive-away – UPDATE

UPDATE, 12 January 2021: The GWM Ute has had its towing capacity officially certified to 3000kg. When initially launched in late 2020, GWM listed a 2250kg towing capacity for the Ute, but has now been certified the model for towing up to 3000kg, with a maximum downball weight of 300kg.
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Joshua Dowling
Big Dog and Tank 300: Haval and Great Wall consider Jeep rivals for Australia
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13th Dec 2020
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Big Dog and Tank 300: Haval and Great Wall consider Jeep rivals for Australia

Great Wall Motors (now rebranded as GWM) – and its subsidiary Haval – are considering two new rugged-looking mid-sized SUVs for the Australian market. An email sent to potential Australian car buyers – a copy of which has been obtained by CarAdvice – shows two new models in particular that the manufacturer is actively considering.
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Sam Purcell
VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise
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5th Aug 2019
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VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise

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James Wong
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5th Aug 2019
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VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise

Great Wall Steed 2019, Haval 2019, MG 2019, LDV 2019
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James Wong
Great Wall preparing 500Nm diesel engine for new ute
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19th Apr 2019
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Great Wall preparing 500Nm diesel engine for new ute

Great Wall hasn't given its new ute a name yet, but it's already preparing a pair of pumped-up engines for power-hungry buyers. The new Pickup, as it’s currently known by Great Wall, will be available with petrol and diesel power, the former making 120kW and 360Nm, the latter offering 145kW and between 380Nm and 400Nm of torque. Both displace 2.0-litres, both are turbocharged. A six-speed manual and eight-speed ZF automatic will be available.
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Scott Collie
Great Wall electric ute headed Down Under
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16th Apr 2019
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Great Wall electric ute headed Down Under

The first electric ute in Australia could come from China, with Great Wall confirming the pure-electric version of its new ute was "always" in its plans. Timing hasn't been confirmed, but Haval Australia's managing director Koma Li says Great Wall will take the as-yet unnamed electric pickup despite of our market's reticence to adopt battery-powered vehicles.
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Scott Collie