The Second-Generation Haval H6 Is Ready to Be Released

The refreshed Haval SUV will get a new set of equipment and additional trim options.

Haval has presented an updated version of the second-generation H6 SUV, although there is already the third-generation model, pre-orders for which are already open in China. Moreover, the third-gen Haval H6 will appear in dealerships in the coming months. In addition, the first-generation of the SUV – Sports Edition — is also presented on the Chinese market.

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The updated Haval H6 of the second generation has a new mesh radiator grille with an unusual pattern instead of the previous one with horizontal ribs. It has slightly changed bumpers and chrome inserts located next to the fog lights. In addition, the car can now be purchased in other colors. The range of wheel rims has also expanded.

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Some changes have occurred inside. The new Chinese SUV has received an improved air purification system, which is especially important now. A new black and blue interior and side airbags are also available. As for the more expensive options, they can boast of the presence of a parking meter and a rear collision prevention system.

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The motor line has also undergone changes. The manufacturer has returned a 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine with a power output of 150 hp, which is paired with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox. Also, the 2020 Haval H6 2020 is available with a 1.5-liter (169 hp) turbo engine or a 2-liter (244hp) one. A seven-speed semi-automatic transmission also comes together with these units. There is only a front-wheel drive system.

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The power output of the 1.5-liter engine allowed the manufacturer to reduce the cost of the restyled H6. Now, the company asks for a little more than $14,000. The most expensive option was estimated at $20,000.

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