Great Wall Motor’s 2019 Haval H7 satisfies China 6 Emission Standard
 As a number of regions in China have implemented the China Stage 6 Emission Standard now, automakers are expediting the roll-out of new products that fit the new emission standard. 
Haval, a major SUV brand of Great Wall Motor, recently sent the 2019 Haval H7 into the market with its four variants all satisfying the China 6 standard. Prices of the new SUV range from RMB142,000 to RMB173,000.
Retaining Haval's iconic design language, the new vehicle's front end is capped with a massive hexagonal chrome grille which is flanked by headlights embedded with LED light sources. 
As to the side profile, the 2019 Haval H7 features petal-shaped two-tone aluminium alloy wheel rims.
The new SUV measures 4,715mm long, 1,925mm wide and 1,718mm long with a wheelbase spanning 2,850mm.
Regarding the interior, its similarity to the existing Haval H7 is apparent at first glance. The multifunctional steering wheel and the gear level are adorned with chrome trim. In front of the arm box, there are a lot of physical buttons to be used for various functions.
Other niceties include the holographic display, the valet parking assistant, the front-row-seat heater, the panoramic sunroof as well as electric tailgate.
Driven by a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine code-named 4C20B churning out up to 227hp and 385N·m of peak torque, the new Haval H7 can complete 0-100km/h sprint within 8.8 seconds. Mated to the engine is a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission
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