What is wrong with Great Wall cars?
Then there was the infamous recall for Great Wall when it was discovered that three of the gaskets that made up the exhaust system actually contained some asbestos, a material that has been banned for use in Australia since January 1, 2004.
Are Great Wall trucks any good?
Decent specs and a low price are attractive, residual values less so. Great Wall is one of China’s largest vehicle manufacturers and has now turned its attention to export markets. Unfortunately, quality is not as high as the competition and the truck lives up to its pricing.
Who Makes Great Wall?
Great Wall Motors
Great Wall Motors is a Chinese manufacturer headquartered in Baoding, China, and parents the GWM, Haval, WEY and ORA brands. The GWM brand replaces Great Wall as the badge affixed to its pickup: the new GWM Ute, which is available in Cannon, Cannon-L, and Cannon-X spec levels.
How much does a Great Wall V200 cost?
Great Wall V200 2012 Review. The 4×4 dual cab diesel sells for $27,990 drive away which is tens of thousands less than an equivalent “Japanese”. Great Wall has revised the diesel 4×4 dual cab ute (and SUV). And the work makes it a lot better.
What makes the Great Wall Ute better than its competitors?
And the work makes it a lot better. The first Great Wall ute was rough around the edges and looked strange in the frontal area – like a duck. That was fixed a while back and now, the six-speed manual transmission change action has been refined in the 2.0-litre turbodiesel to an acceptable level, comparable with its competitors.
How crash tested is the Great Wall Ute?
Great Wall provides a three year/100,000km warranty wit three year roadside assist. The ute hasn’t been crash tested but is fitted with dual front air bags and ABS. It wouldn’t get a five star rating without adding more air bags and stability control at least.
How good is the Great Wall turbodiesel 4×4?
We got a drive in the dual-cab Great Wall turbodiesel 4×4 last week and it was interesting to mentally compare this one with the first 2.4-litre petrol device we drove a couple of years ago. We found the vehicle’s ride to be good even unladen and 2.0-litre engine performance was acceptable.