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Postby BMW » July 31st, 2016, 5:59 pm

Does anyone have any thoughts on the Haval brand SUV's? Are they just a spin off the the Great Wall brand? Here is a bit of info on the car brand...

HAVAL is a specialist manufacturer of premium SUVs and is the No.1 SUV brand in China (the world’s largest automotive market) and has been for the past 14 years. With over 2 million customers, last year HAVAL was the world’s 10th largest SUV manufacturer outselling Mercedes, BMW and Mitsubishi SUVs. Our success is due to a combination of commitment, passion and listening to our customers.

Haval Car Brand in Australia
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We take the best features, safety and technologies from around the world to produce the best SUV we can.

SUVs are all we make

At HAVAL, we don’t build cars, utes, commercial vehicles or trucks; only high quality SUVs. As specialists we are obsessed with detail and constantly look to refine and improve every part of the vehicle. We employ purpose designed SUV suspension that combines surprising off-road capability with superb on-road handling and comfort.

There is no mistaking a HAVAL for anything else on the road. HAVAL SUVs have been designed by leading automotive designers (Pierre LeClerq ex head of BMW design), inspired by the latest global design trends. The vehicles are well proportioned, have a strong street presence and a sense of balance and poise. Our interiors are beautifully designed, with ergonomics, visual and tactile appeal being our priorities.

We use a combination of materials and textures that excite the senses and create an air of understated elegance and quality. Our exterior rear view mirrors, we use stainless steel adornments and French double stitching in our Australian leather-appointed seats.



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