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The 2022 GWM Haval 9 is a large family SUV that was brought to the Australian market in 2015. Sitting atop the rest of the Haval line-up, the H9 seats seven and is classed against the Toyota Land Cruiser PradoHyundai Santa FeMazda CX-8, and SsangYong Rexton. At launch, the H9 was offered with a 2.0-liter turbopetrol engine, a six-speed torque-converted automatic, and all-wheel drive.

In 2018 Haval upped the outputs of the GWM Haval 9 by fitting a direct-injection 2.0-liter turbo-petrol four-cylinder to selected models, boosting the power figure from 155kW to 180kW. An eight-speed automatic was also included with this engine choice.


The 2022 GWM Haval 9 9’s 2.0L turbo direct-injection engine is efficient and 80kW/5500rpm power-rated, with a maximum output performance of 180kW. With a max torque of 350Nm at 1800rpm to 4500rpm, this car offers remarkable acceleration and pull-away power. With a fuel economy of 90kW/L and terrain options that include AUTO, 4L, Sport, Sand, Snow, and Mud Road modes, the Haval 9 offers everything you and your family need, no matter where you go.


The 2022 GWM Haval 9 9’s 8″ TFT-color LCD touchscreen and premium surround-sound system provide entertainment for all passengers, while all-around airbags take care of their safety. Supported by an Electronic Stability Programme, Hill Descent, and Start-assist Control, ABS, Adaptive Front-lighting, Auto-hold & Electronic Parking Brake technology, the Haval 9 is everything you need.


2022 GWM Haval 9

2022 GWM Haval 9

GWM Haval H9


Length X width X height(mm) Hanging/knapsack:4856/5090*1926*1900
Wheel base(mm) 2800
Passability parameter Approach angle 28°/departure angle 23°
Ground clearance(mm) 206
Front/rear wheel track(mm) 1610/1610
Engine GW4C20B
Transmission 8AT-ZF

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