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GWM Ute dual-cab 4x4 launches with $33,990 drive-away deal
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2nd Nov 2020
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GWM Ute dual-cab 4x4 launches with $33,990 drive-away deal

GWM Australia, previously known as Great Wall Motors, has dropped the first pricing detail for its new 4x4 dual-cab ute, known simply as the GWM Ute. While it doesn’t claim the title of Australia’s cheapest dual-cab any more, a title held by the previous Great Wall Steed, the GWM Ute still has value on its side with a $33,990 drive-away offer for the entry-level Cannon specification.
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Kez Casey
How Holden's demise could be the making of Great Wall in Australia
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17th Feb 2020
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How Holden's demise could be the making of Great Wall in Australia

The General Motors (GM) decision to pull out of right-hand drive markets could kickstart Great Wall's aggressive push into the Australian market. Having yesterday officially withdrawn from the Australian and Thai markets, GM announced Chinese brand Great Wall Motors has committed to buying the Thai plant currently supplying the Holden Colorado dual-cab ute and seven-seat Trailblazer SUV.
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Scott Collie
Great Wall ute pricing puts Ssangyong in the firing line
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18th Apr 2019
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Great Wall ute pricing puts Ssangyong in the firing line

Great Wall is talking a big game with its new ute, boldly claiming it'll sit with the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger as a top-three selling mid-sized ute globally, but its pricing Down Under will be a closer match for the Ssangyong Musso. The mid-range 'Passenger' version of the as-yet unnamed ute will be priced at around $35,000 with an automatic transmission, diesel, and four-wheel drive according to Haval Australia managing director, Koma Li.
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Scott Collie
Great Wall: New ute still 12-18 months away for Australia
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13th Apr 2019
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Great Wall: New ute still 12-18 months away for Australia

Great Wall’s tougher new ute is ready for a full reveal next week, but it won’t be touching down in Australia until more than a year after launch. The new dual-cab, which will eventually take over from the Steed, will be offered in both ‘Urban’ and ‘Adventure’ guises when it launches. A pure-electric model with 500km of range will also be available, and Great Wall Australia has expressed interest in bringing it to our shores.
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Scott Collie