The new Haval H9 is supposed to be a reasonable purchase in the 7-seater SUV segment, but people are reluctant to pay tens of thousands of dollars for something that is relatively new on the market.

Haval has been in Australia for a few years now and continues to grow in recognition. In this video, Amelia looks at the 2019 Haval H9 in the top of the line Ultra trim.

It still may fall behind some of its competitors, BUT the Haval H9 has two major advantages: Price is more than competitive and equipment levels are unmatched for that price range. If you need a 7-seater with good off-road ability, the H9 is a cost-effective feature-packed option.

Engine Specifications

2 litre turbo petrol

Engine: 2.0L Turbo Petrol
Power: 180 kW@ 5,500 rpm
Torque: 350 Nm @ 1,800-4,500 rpm
Acceleration (0-100 km/h): 9.3 seconds
Fuel Consumption: 10.9L/100km


Safety /Security

  • Dual Front & Side Airbags
  • Full-Length Side Curtain Airbags (3 rows)
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Adjustable Front Seatbelts with Pretensioner
  • Children Safety Lock
  • Reverse Radars (4 front+4 rear)
  • Reverse Camera with Dynamic Reversing
  • Auxiliary Line
  • Driver Condition Monitoring
  • Remote Control Window Close Function
  • Speed-sensing Central Door Lock
  • Seatbelt Warning System
  • Automatic Collision Unlocking Function
  • Engine Immobilser & Alarm System
  • Keyless Entry System
  • Keyless Start System
  • Remote Control Central Door Locking
  • Intelligent Door Locking Error-Proofing Function
  • TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System)
  • ABS (Anti-Skid Brake System)+EBD
  • (Electronic Brake Force Distribution)
  • TCS (Traction Control System)
  • BA (Brake Assist)
  • ESP (Electronic Stability Program)
  • Electronic Parking Brake
  • RMI (Roll Movement Intervention)
  • Auto Hold

Convenience / Tech Features

  • CD with AUX IN / USB(Audio+Video)
  • 8″ LCD Touch Screen
  • Channel Speaker
  • Independent Amplifier
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free Link
  • SD Card Slot
  • Three-Zone Automatic Air Conditioning (Driver+Passenger+Rear)
  • Pollen Filter
  • Outside Temperature Indicator
  • 3rd Row Air Outlet & Independant Controls
  • Automatic Demist
  • Automatic Xenon Headlamps
  • Automatic Headlight Cleaning System
  • DRL (Daytime Running Lights)
  • Electric Height-Adjustable Headlamps
  • AFS (Adaptive Frontlighting System)
  • Front/Rear Foglamps
  • Follow-Me-Home Function
  • HAVAL Puddle Lamp
  • Emergency Brake Hazard Warning
  • Mood Lighting-Selectable
  • Illuminated Entry Lamps
  • Tinted Privacy Glass
  • Folding External Rear View Mirror with
  • Defrost and LED Turn Signal
  • Electro-Chromatic Rear View Mirror
  • Reverse Parking Mirror Assist

Other Features

  • HDC (Hill Descent Control)
  • HAC (Hill-Start Assist Control)
  • All Terrain Control System (Auto, Sport,
  • Sand, Snow, Mud, 4L)
  • Multi-Function Off-Road Gauges
  • Electronic Differential Lock
  • Fording Depth 700mm
  • 7 Seats
  • ISOFIX Child Seat Fixing Device
  • Front Power Heated / Ventilated &
  • Massaging Seats
  • 8-Way Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
  • with Lumbar Support & Memory
  • 4-Way Electrically Adjustable Front
  • Passenger Seat with Duplicate Controls
  • Front Seats with Leg Rest Function
  • 2nd Row Power Heated Seats
  • 2nd Row Arm Rest with Cup Holder
  • Manually Adjustable 2nd Row Seat – Slide & Tilt
  • 60:40 Split Fold 2nd Row Seat
  • 50:50 Split Fold 3rd row Seat
  • Powered 3rd Row Seat Access
  • Tow Bar and Tow Ball
  • Roof Rail Crossbars
  • Weathershield Set
  • Sunroof (Panoramic)
  • Roof Rails (Matte Alloy)
  • Stainless Steel Rear Bumper Protector
  • Rain-Sensing Automatic Front Wipers (Heated)


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