All you need to know about Haval’s all-new H2


Since coming to market in May 2017, Haval South Africa has been a fresh, new offering in the mid-size SUV market. Leading the charge back then was the H2.

This SUV came up against rivals such as the Renault Duster and Ford EcoSport.

And while its rivals returned respectable sales figures over, the H2 had to, basically, start from scratch. In its first month, June 2017, it registered 34 units.

At the end of December 2019, Haval sold 464 units for the month.

According to Haval, they are averaging around 400 units per month over this period.

The new-generation H2 will look to continue the trend set by its forebearer and build on the 7235 units sold to date.

haval h2

                       Image: Haval SA

In a nutshell

The new Haval H2 is available solely as a two-wheel drive model. Power can be sent to the front wheels either via a six-speed manual gearbox, or a six-speed automatic. Two trim levels are on offer: City and Luxury.

Haval SA says that they gave particular attention to the ergonomics of the new H2, having taken up a ‘humanistic approach’. Part of that includes a 3D multi-functional dashboard that, Haval says, shows essential driving information such as fuel consumption, and remaining driving mileage. Apple CarPlay comes standard.

A turbocharged 1.5-litre petrol engine does duty in the H2 and, says the automaker, produces 105kW and 202Nm. 


- Haval H2 2WD City MT: R269 900

- Haval H2 2WD Luxury MT: R294 900

- Haval H2 2WD City AT: R304 900

- Haval H2 2WD Luxury AT: R329 900

haval h2
                       Image: Haval SA

Compiled by: Charlen Raymond

We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred
In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month, you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. Journalism strengthens democracy. Invest in the future today.
Subscribe to News24
Lockdown For
Brought to you by
Voting Booth
Who do you feel was at fault for Verstappen and Hamilton's Italian GP crash?
Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
25% - 1214 votes
42% - 2037 votes
They were both at fault
33% - 1585 votes