Haval's new H1 comes loaded with features and it's an affordable alternative

<i>Image: Quickpic</i>
<i>Image: Quickpic</i>

The Haval H1 is packed with features, doesn’t charge you an arm and a leg and comes with a full factory backing.

The H1 is powered by a fuel efficient 1.5-litre VVT petrol engine that churns out 69kW and 130Nm. Swapping cogs is done through a 5-speed manual transmission.

Pricing for the H1 start from R184 900.

Ticks the boxes

It is packed with features including ABS with EBD, dual airbags, a seatbelt unfastening warning system, child seat anchors and child door locks. In addition, park distance control, remote central locking and a nifty car locating function provides added convenience.

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The driver can make use of audio controls mounted on the steering wheel, cruise control and Bluetooth functionality. There are also electric windows with push-down function at the driver’s side again allowing the driver to have full control, but passengers can also enjoy touch button window controls.

Haval H1

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It sits 185mm above the ground and makes contact with the road through 16-inch alloy wheels. Day time Running Lamps, front and rear fog lamps and height adjustable headlamps makes sure you are visible wherever you go.

Fancy a vacation with the family? Cup holders and a cargo curtain help keep things organised, as do the separated foldable rear seats with a 60:40 split that provides extra luggage space when you need to squeeze as much as you can into the compact SUV.

Each H1 model comes with a 5 year or 100 000km warranty for added peace of mind.

Compiled by: Robin Classen

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