Smart, stylish, and promising.
We carried a story about nascent luxury marque Wey, a sub-brand underneath the larger Haval umbrella, back in November. I... (read more)
This could’ve changed things for the brand here. Shame.
Chinese marque Haval might not be quite as mainstream as they’d like on our ... (read more)
The H9 is, at least in Australia, one of the cheapest new 7-seater SUVs you can buy, and most assuredly the largest in the Haval rang... (read more)
A future Haval, perhaps?
Nascent premium Chinese marque Wey has introduced its very first plug-in hybrid, dubbed the P8. Due to hit the Chinese market i... (read more)
Independent safety authority ANCAP has released the results of its latest batch of crash tests and safety evaluations, this time for ... (read more)
“Early 2018” now, but might just be worth it.
The 2018 Haval H7 was previously pipped to make an appearance on our shores by the sec... (read more)
Arrives with improvements fuelled by local feedback.
The 2018 Haval H9 has been unveiled by the burgeoning Chinese marque, and detai... (read more)
Haval has revealed a new concept car at their home ground motor show (one of them, at least) in Shanghai. The seductively named HB-03... (read more)
The Haval can hold its own.
Chinese companies trying to break into the mass market anywhere in the world generally have an uphill battle. There’s the pr... (read more)