Safety features of the 2022 GWM Haval H7 for the Australian market include blind-spot monitors, lane-changing assist, rear cross-traffic alert sensors, autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, and a 360-degree camera.
Wheels for the H7 offered to include either 19- or 20-inch alloys, depending on the trim levels. The H7 is also running 235/55 R19 or 255/45 R20 tires.
ENGINE AND IMPLEMENTATION
The H7 is a good-looking, big SUV. Great Wall’s design is getting better and better over the years. It lost the crappy Korean influences and is firmly on its own now. We say: good. The H7 is Great Wall’s biggest car so far: 4800/1938/1785, wheelbase is 2915. The curb weight is 2200 kg. Power comes from a new 2.0 turbo four-cylinder with 160kw and a very healthy 324Nm mated to a six-speed automatic. Top speed is 180km/h, 0-100 is gone in 10.6 seconds. The H7 comes standard with a 4-wheel drive standard. The price will start at around 150.000 yuan.
INTERIOR, CONVENIENCE, AND BOOTH
Very neat interior. Automatic gearbox here. The screen sits very low again, we see that a lotta times lately with Chinese carmakers. A seriously dangerous development that will cause accidents because drivers have to look too far down and away from the road.
IN-VEHICLE INFOTAINMENT AND INTERCONNECTIONS
- The 2022 GWM Haval H7 12.3-inch Full-color Digital Virtual Combined Dashboard, Vehicular Device, and Mobile Phone Interconnection as well as AVH auto Parking +EPB Electronic Parking coupled with a 360 Panoramic View.
Length × Width × Height (mm) 4715*1925*1718 Wheelbase (mm) 2850 Power (kW/rpm) 167（5500） Max. torque (N•m/rpm) 385(1800-3600) Engine model GW4C20B Transmission 7DCT Drive mode 2WD Tire size 265/65 R17 265/60 R18