Can I trust Haval? The doc tackles brands, boosters and bad storage

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WORTH A SPIN? Of the handful of Chinese car brands in the country, the Haval is doing the best by far, although some South Africans are still skittish about it. Picture: Supplied
WORTH A SPIN? Of the handful of Chinese car brands in the country, the Haval is doing the best by far, although some South Africans are still skittish about it. Picture: Supplied

My wife and I are looking for a car for her. She likes the Haval H2, but I don’t know if it can be trusted. What is your take on the car?

Haval is not as familiar to South Africans as other established brands. However, of the handful of Chinese car brands in the country, it is doing the best by far, with sales of about 1 000 units a month last year. This is thanks to moderate prices and good quality.

Haval introduced a revamped version of the H2 earlier this year. It’s in essence the same car as before, but its nose and rear got a nip/tuck to update its appearance.

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