What You Get

4 x 4 Australia - - Driven -

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.

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