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The Chinese SUV will go on sale in the third quarter of 2024 (July-September): it will be the second model to be sold in a separate Haval Pro dealer network. On the Russian market, the new H9 will be offered in two modifications – with a two-liter gasoline engine and a 2.4-liter turbodiesel. Haval’s press service shared details about the SUV’s equipment, and promised to announce prices and trim levels closer to the launch.

In Russia, the Haval H9 has been sold since 2015, and in 2019, the model was “registered” at a plant in the Tula region, where other models of the brand are also assembled. Last year, the H9 changed generations in its native China: the design was modernized, making the SUV more similar to the “younger” Dargo, the body became more angular, round headlights and a large radiator grille with massive slats were installed. The dimensions increased slightly: the “second” H9 is slightly longer and wider than its predecessor. Ground clearance is 224 millimeters versus 206 millimeters for the previous model.

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The design has not undergone significant changes. It is still a frame SUV with independent suspension on double wishbones at the front and a solid rear axle suspended on five levers, a classic automatic transmission, permanent all-wheel drive and a reduction gear. The SUV’s cabin is designed for seven people.

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As in China, in Russia you can choose between petrol and diesel engines. The two-liter petrol unit produces 218 horsepower and is paired with an eight-speed automatic, while the 2.4-liter turbodiesel produces 184 horsepower and works in conjunction with a nine-speed automatic.

The equipment includes 18- and 19-inch wheels, a multimedia system with a 14.6-inch touchscreen and a 10.25-inch digital instrument panel. Haval notes that the audio system, climate control, seat heating and ventilation are controlled using physical buttons, as is the choice of driving mode and all-wheel drive settings.

In addition to the above, the new H9 is equipped with three-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, four all-round cameras, a set of ADAS systems and off-road cruise control. The full list of equipment along with prices will be announced closer to the start of sales, scheduled for the third quarter of this year.

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