The Haval H6 is an ambitious Chinese car that goes up against some strong competition like the Hyundai Tucson, Mazda CX5, et al. Haval plans to dominate the SUV market with multiple launches like their H2, H8 and H9. The H6 makes a strong case right from its design with an imposing look with the large grill, sculpted hood, LED lights projector styled headlights, fog lamps with aggressive body cladding and sloping roofline and a smart rear. The guy who designed this also designed the BMW X5 and the finesse is seen in the exterior design language and its excellent proportions.
The Haval H6 has two trims namely the base premium and the Lux. The top end model gets 19 inch alloy wheels, LED day time running lights and Xenon headlamps that self level itself. The car is practical with a wide boot opening with two cargo hooks, 12V outlet and pockets that are netted to store belongings in the boot. The one touch folding rear seats offer a larger boot capacity for this car. The passenger seats are extremely roomy with acres of space everywhere with individual air vents.
The dash board, brushed aluminum infotainment systems, the feel of the buttons that you use all give a good quality feeling to it. There is a lot of chrome, comfortable seats and nice touches like ambient lighting and paddle shifters on a leather steering that give this car an up market feel. There is a 2.0L turbo charged petrol engine that puts 194hp and 315Nm of torque that is sent to the wheels by a 6 speed automatic transmission. The all wheel drive systems come with a manual gearbox. The supple suspension offers a great and balanced ride.
|Engine||I4 2.4L 2WD|
|No. Of Gears||4A|
|Front Brakes||Disc (Abs)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (Abs)|
|Tire Size||265/60 R18,265/60 R18|
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