GWM Nepal has launched its very popular pick-up truck Wingle 5 in Nepal. This compact pick-up truck was built and marketed by the Chinese automaker GWM since December 2006. This is also the first Chinese made pick-up truck to be sold in Australia and exported in overseas Market. GWM has been far ahead of other brands in terms of pickup sales and strength, its Pick-up line up remained top selling in china for many years.
Now available in Nepal, this pick-up Wingle 5 comes with a new 2.0L turbo-diesel engine developing 105 kW (141 hp) and 305 Nm. The Wingle 5 is equipped as standard with alloy wheels, radio, electric windows, leather-trimmed seats, rear differential lock, TPMS, and auto- air-conditioning. This 2.0L engine features high efficiency, low fuel consumption and remarkable performance.
It has a DRL’s with a stylish Grille design on the front. It also incorporates features such as turn indicator on the external side mirrors. When it comes to the back, it has a straightforward design with halogen lights and the cargo body has company fitted bedliners to avoid scratches or any form of damage. Furthermore, the alloys look promising adding up enhancement to its exterior. The same can be said for the interiors, which looks premium with leather finish.
Sky Silver, Pearl Black, and Titanium White are the three colors available for the G
VG Impex Pvt. Ltd. (GWM-Nepal) is an authorized importer and distributor of GWM brand of vehicles for Nepal. GWM Nepal is currently selling popular Global Models like HAVAL H6, HAVAL JOLION and POER in Nepal. GWM-Nepal is also planning to introduce ORA GOOD CAT EV in Nepal following GWM’s Global strategy of making the new generation of consumers enjoy the most reliable resource electric vehicle and the driving experience beyond expectations.
Great Wall Motor (GWM) is a world renowned SUV and Pick Up manufacturer based in China. GWM currently owns four brands, which are HAVAL, WEY, ORA and GWM Pick Up.
In the Chinese market, GWM SUVs and Pickups have been the sales leader for many years consecutively. Moreover, on an international scale, GWM is one of the first Chinese auto enterprises to go global. GWM began to export vehicles in 1998, including SUV and pickup. So far market layout has been completed in more than 60 countries and regions. By the end of 2018, GWM had more than 400 overseas networks covering regional markets such as Russia, South Africa, Australia, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia Pacific, with total overseas sales of more than 600,000 units.
GWM is ready to become a global automotive leader. Pursuing the goal of selling four million vehicles in the global market by 2025, Great Wall Motor expects new-energy vehicles to account for more than 80% of its sales.
WM Wingle 5.
Introductory price for this compact pick-up truck Wingle 5 has been quoted at NPR 52, 49,000 for Nepali market.