10 Things You Need To Know About The New Haval H6 Hybrid

When GWM (Great Wall Motor) debuted here in Malaysia in 2022, the brand revealed that the Haval H6 Hybrid would be entering the Malaysian market.

At the recent Malaysia Autoshow 2024, GWM displayed the Haval H6 Hybrid and it is slated to make its debut in the third quarter of 2024, after the debut of the Tank 300.

Before the official launch, here are 10 things that you need to know about the new Haval H6:

1. The H6 has a length of 4,683mm, a width of 1,886mm and a height of 1,730mm which makes it a competitor of the Proton X70, Mazda CX-5 and the Honda CR-V.

2. It comes in two variants which are the Pro and the Ultra and at the heart of it lies a 1.5 litre turbocharged inline-four petrol engine and an electric motor combination with a total output of 240hp and 530Nm of torque.

3. Power is sent through a two-speed Dedicated Hybrid Transmission (DHT).

4. The Pro rides on 18” wheels wrapped in 225/60 tyres and the Ultra has 19” wheels wrapped in 225/55 tyres.

5. The Ultra comes with a Panoramic sunroof and one-colour ambient lighting.

6. You get a big 12.3-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and for the driver, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster.

7. The front seats are power-adjustable and ventilated.

8. To cool you down because of our current Malaysian weather, the H6 comes with dual-zone automatic air conditioning, a second-row AC ventilation outlet, a cn95 filter, and an air quality management system (AQS).

9. Safety wise, the H6 comes with six airbags, child safety locks, child seat fixing (isofix), an electronic stability program (esp), traction control (TCS), secondary collision mitigation (SCM), cornering brake control (CBC), rollover mitigation (RMI), hill descent control (HDC), hill assist control and USB power interface dashcam.

10. The H6 will first go on sale here as a fully-imported unit (CBU) and later on, it will be locally assembled at EP Manufacturing’s plant in Melaka. Pricing will be announced during the official launch.

A car stirs the soul, a motorbike is the soul. Keshy has been a motoring journalist for over a decade and has written for and founded a number of Malaysian motoring titles including Piston.my, Bikesrepulic.com, Motomalaya.net and other mass media titles.

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