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2019 Great Wall Steed review: 4x2 dual-cab

The Great Wall Steed petrol dual-cab can be had for $20K drive-away. But you get what you pay for.

2018 Wey VV5 and VV7 quick drives

Haval's premium division, Wey, has produced a pair of startlingly attractive crossovers called the VV5 and VV7 for China, with an eye to export. It's a notable first attempt, demonstrating how much the world's biggest car market has matured.

2017 Great Wall Steed 4x2 petrol review

The Great Wall Steed costs as much as a well-used HiLux. Is it a better bet?

2017 Great Wall Steed 4x4 Diesel review

Is the 2017 Great Wall Steed a great ute? Not unless you're strapped for cash...

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2017 Great Wall Steed 4x4 Diesel review

Read the full review here. The Great Wall brand has always had two key attributes associated with it – that it’s cheap, and that it’s Chinese. Now there’s a new pick-up from the brand, the Great Wall Steed – it’s still cheap, it’s still Chinese – but we want to know if it’s any good, this time around...

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$30k Family car comparison

While the car industry seems intent on reinventing and cross-pollinating shapes, sizes and themes to create a different family vehicle, equally families who buy and use such vehicles can be incredibly diverse in terms of needs and wants...

Great Wall News

Haval preparing SUV onslaught for 2020 Beijing motor show

Haval will launch a trio of next-generation crossovers at the 2020 Beijing motor show, and they're all set for Australia. A new H2 compact crossover to go head-to-head with the Mazda CX-3, mid-sized H6 to rival the Toyota RAV4, and body-on-frame H9 to battle the Isuzu MU-X will be revealed, the company has confirmed...

VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise

Despite the continued decline in overall new car sales, brands from China are posting triple-digit growth – namely Haval and MG. For the month of July the overall market slid 2.8 per cent, with the year-to-date figure 7.7 per cent down on the first seven months of 2018. However, SUV specialist Haval recorded a 164...

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...

Great Wall: High-grade ute variant to offer just 500kg payload

High-spec versions of Great Wall’s new ute will land in Australia with a payload rating almost 500kg less than the established players offer, thanks to its new five-link rear suspension. Launched in Shanghai, the new ute carries bears the hefty weight of expectation from head office...

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Great Wall Owner Reviews

2011 Great Wall X240 (4x4) review

  A Note from the Editor: A stock image has been supplied with this review. As a researcher of the usual overpriced cars on the market, I came across an article on the Great Wall in 2013. Subsequently, I bought a 2011 X240 4WD wagon with 40,000km on the clock and a year warranty left on it for $11,000...

2014 Great Wall V200 (4x2) Review

I have owned 2 Great Walls, a 2011 and now a 2014 Dual-Cab ute. Both were 2WD models with 2.0-litre turbo diesels. I bought these as tradie utes mainly based on price, as I had no intention of paying $35k plus for a work ute. I can honestly say that these Great Walls are just fantastic, ultra reliable, and damn good on the highway...

2010 Great Wall V240 (4x2) Review

"One of the Great Cars of China" The Great Wall has been in the Family for five years now, bought with 230km on the clock as a demo model. It is fantastic. Being one of the first models imported from China, it has the elegant flowing lines that personally I find the models prior to the facelift somewhat more endearing as it is definitely more of a head turner and always a good conversation starter...

2012 GREAT WALL MOTORS X200 (4x4) Review

The X200 is my wife's car and we are both very happy with it. Now that it has 25,000km on the odometer, the suspension has lost its harshness, the motor has loosened up, the seats have softened and become more comfortable and it has become a very pleasant vehicle to drive especially with the automatic. The fuel consumption is constantly 9.2 to 9...

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