New Haval H9 SUV’s launch dates in Russia announced 18:46

The new generation Haval H9 full-size SUV will officially enter the Russian market in 2024. It will be available with two engine options, reports press service of the brand.

“The new Haval H9 has received a modern design and has acquired a number of modern technological solutions, while preserving the body-frame structure and uncompromising off-road arsenal. Sales will begin in the third quarter of 2024, Haval said in a statement.

The car will be available in Russia with a 2.0 petrol turbo engine producing 218 hp. and 380 Nm of torque paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Another power unit is a 2.4 diesel with 184 hp. and 480 Nm paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission.

The car has an independent spring front suspension and a continuous axle at the rear. The length of the car is 4950 mm and the wheelbase is 2850 mm.

Options include three-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, as well as four all-round cameras and off-road cruise control. Prices for the new product will be announced later.

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Source: Gazeta


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