Great Wall Motor's (GWM) HAVAL H6 has received high scores in the rigorous Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) crash testing, receiving five stars for the most recent 2020-2022 safety protocols. It is GWM's second vehicle to obtain such a high rating, following the GWM Pick-up POER.
HAVAL H6 earned the five-star safety rating on the back of scores of 90% for Adult Occupant Protection, 88% for Child Occupant Protection, 73% for Vulnerable Road User Protection, and 81% for Safety Assist.
According to ANCAP, the Haval H6 received full marks for driver protection in both the side impact and oblique pole tests, front- and rear-seat occupant whiplash protection, and front-seat passenger protection in the frontal offset test. The H6 also received top marks for Child Occupant Protection, with ANCAP praising the SUV's ability to "safely accommodate a range of conventional typical child restraints." ANCAP also commends the HAVAL H6’s Junction Assist Feature, which in the turn-across-path intersection test scenario can prevent a collision with another car.
The Haval H6's active safety features were complimented by ANCAP, which gave it a good rating in all emergency lane keeping test situations, as well as car-to-car and car-to-cyclist autonomous emergency braking capabilities.
Haval H6 available in Nepali market at price Rs. 1, 03, 99,000/-.
About Great Wall Motors:
GWM-Nepal firmly establishes its presence in Nepal with the Global Models such as HAVAL H6, HAVAL JOLION and POER and continues to develop its EV Ecosystem with the soon-to-be-launched ORA Good CAT Electric, and vows to tangibly foster the country’s next-generation automotive innovation.
V.G Impex is the authorized importers of Great Wall Motor in Nepal. After enjoying overwhelming success in China and 60+ nations over the years, V.G Impex/GWM-Nepal successfully managed to bring this global EV sensation. GWM-Nepal has also constantly upgraded its sales and after-sales standard services with addition of new point of sales across nation along with service facilities. The company focuses to deliver new and comprehensive services to consumers as well as drive Nepal’s EV Ecosystem forward.
In accordance to the global market, GWM is ready to become a global automotive leader. Pursuing the goal of selling four million vehicles in global market by 2025, Great Wall Motor expects new-energy vehicles to account for more than 80% of its sales.