What You Get
STANDARD equipment on the Premium and Luxury H9 includes keyless entry and start, front, side and full-length curtain airbags, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, sat-nav, seven-inch touchscreen, 10-speaker audio, three-zone climate control, tyre pressure monitoring, cruise control, hill-descent and hill-start control, a rear diff lock, Xenon headlights, DRLS, front and rear fog lights, and sidesteps.
The Luxury the adds 18-inch alloys (in place of the Premium’s 17s), leather, electric adjust front seats with heating, cooling and a massage function, power-folding third-row seats, a premium audio system, a more sophisticated 4x4 system, and adaptive headlights, among other upgrades. A rear DVD player is a $1500 option on the Luxury.
700mm wading depth is good, but a snorkel wouldn’t hurt. We don’t expect huge aftermarket support for Haval, not yet anyway.