10 August 2008|
The Great Wall Haval H5, also known as Haval H5, is a sport utility vehicle manufactured by the Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors. The vehicle, sometimes referred to by its export market name X240, is available with both 4×2 and 4x4 drivetrains, and either gasoline and diesel engines. The vehicle has passed strict European tests regarding environment protection, safety and performance. The H5 is entitled to unlimited sales throughout the European Union. It is the successor of the Great Wall Haval H3 (Hover) and both cars are nearly identical, except for their front designs.
The H5 uses Mitsubishi 4G63 and Mitsubishi 4G69S4N petrol engines of 2.0 and 2.4 litres, or the 80 kW (109 PS) GW2.5TCI Diesel. In October 2010, the more powerful 110 kW (150 PS) but smaller (2.0 litres) GW4D20 Diesel was added to the lineup. The Haval H5 comes with either a five-speed or a six-speed manual transmission, depending on model. It uses disk brakes. It has three trims: Standard, Luxury and Premium. The Premium trim features power windows, power door locks, rear window defrosters, leather seats, power adjustable seats (driver only), six speakers, a DVD player, GPS and a power sunroof all as standard. Heated seats are optional.
- REVERSE RADAR
- ELECTRIC CHAIR
- LEATHER SEAT
View Haval H5 Specifications here.