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The 2022 GWM Haval H7 is the production version of the Haval SC60 concept that debuted at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show.

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.


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.


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.


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.


2022 GWM Haval H72022 GWM Haval H7


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

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