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Q: Great Wall/Haval H6

Has anyone driven one?

 

If you have, can you give me an honest run-down of it?

 

Not interested in those naff comments of all Chinese cars are crap.

1 year 48 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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Haven’t been in one, but they look nice from the outside and are the most trusted Chinese brand from what I understand. I think I will go for that one too

 

this website might be helpful

http://chinaautoweb.com/car-models/great-wall-motor-gwm-haval-h6-suv/

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I have driven both and the Great Wall was better for comfort and ride, I use Chinese cars since nobody respects your property and the doors are going to banged into by some selfish obsessive idiot in every parking lot, use the cheapest car you can find, because it want look worth a shit in 6 months if you use it frequently in public parking areas.

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Only driven the Great Wall diesel 5 speed manual Australian version. ..mitsubishi running gear.
Slow off the mark but once moving it's not too bad.
Road noise through the firewall isn't to bad compared to similar 4x4s and comercial utes/pickups

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http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/11/news/china-gas-electric-car-ban/index.html

 

 

Juat be aware, PRC plans to ban all gasoline powered cars in 2020 (can't find the link)

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http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/11/news/china-gas-electric-car-ban/index.html

 

China is planning to ban fossil fuel auto production.

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Hi, Bought one in 2012 or rather was part of my contract back then. First 3 months were not great, backwards and forwards to the showroom and service center with niggling issues, nothing mechanical though, in fact apart from replacing the battery nothing ever went wrong. But, what i will say, the power when driving up what would be considered a 2 nd gear slope was always 1 st gear in the H6. I had the non Mitsubishi engined version 2.0L and was simply gutless, but in China you ain't going fast enough to appreciate it anyway and it is a cheap SUV after all. 5 years later and the company i work for bougfht me the Baojun 560 suv....absolutely a better vehicle in every sense, might want to check that out before going for the H6.

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Haven’t been in one, but they look nice from the outside and are the most trusted Chinese brand from what I understand. I think I will go for that one too

 

this website might be helpful

http://chinaautoweb.com/car-models/great-wall-motor-gwm-haval-h6-suv/

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This turned up today. ..thought it may be of interest.
https://finance.nine.com.au/2017/10/30/12/00/chinese-dual-cab-ldv-t60-ge...

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My wife has this car, it wonderful and for 4 years it's never given us any problems. I drive a BYD Tang battery car, I never pay gas, usually charge 4 hours at the mall for 20RMB. Sweet right?

Yeah Haval is a very great budget car. I support it.

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