The Haval Jolion crossover has become more accessible in Russia

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The bestseller on the Russian market, the Haval Jolion crossover, has become more affordable. One of the cheapest and at the same time most popular cars can now be purchased with a discount of 100 thousand rubles.

For the second time during November, Haval has shown a very positive trend. It introduces a direct benefit of 100 thousand rubles on its most affordable models. Let us remind you that only at the beginning of this month the budget crossover Haval M6 received this discount. And now they are offering to purchase the most popular foreign car in Russia, the Haval Jolion, at a similar discount. Based on the results of October sales on the domestic market, it took third place, behind only two models: Lada Granta and Vesta.

Haval Jolion: characteristics

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In Russia, the crossover is produced in full cycle at the Tula Haval plant. The car is based on the LEMON intelligent modular platform and has body dimensions of 4472 x 1841 x 1574 mm with a wheelbase of 2700 mm. The interior is designed for 5 seats, and the luggage compartment volume with the rear seats folded is 1133 liters. The maximum speed of the car is 185 km/h, the ground clearance is 190 mm.

Under the hood of the Haval Jolion there is a 1.5-liter turbo engine, which is designed for fuel not lower than AI-92. In the front-wheel drive version, the output of the power unit is 143 hp. (210 Nm). And with four-wheel drive – 150 hp. (230 Nm). Depending on the configuration, the transmission can be either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed robotic gearbox with a wet dual clutch DCT.

Prices and equipment

Haval Jolion crossover interior / photo by Alexey Shvaikov

Comfort package

According to the official Haval website, the most affordable Jolion in the Comfort version with a 1.5-liter internal combustion engine (143 hp) in combination with a 6-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive, thanks to a direct discount, is now estimated at 1,849,000 rubles. For this price, the car will receive 17-inch wheels, halogen headlights, fabric seat upholstery, cruise control, a 10-inch central touch screen, 4 speakers and a climate control system. A similar crossover, but with a 7-speed “robot”, costs 1,969,000 rubles.

Elite/Elite Plus configurations

For a price of 2,049,000 rubles you can now purchase the Elite configuration. Such a car will have a manual transmission and will additionally receive LED optics, a rear view camera with parking sensors and 6 speakers. The cost of an identical Elite with a robotic gearbox will be 2,169,000 rubles. And with a “robot”, a more powerful internal combustion engine and an all-wheel drive system – 2,319,000 rubles.

At the same time, Haval Jolion also has a more equipped configuration – Elite Plus for 2,239,000 rubles. It does not have a powerful engine or all-wheel drive. But the equipment has been expanded to include a tire pressure monitoring system, artificial leather seat upholstery, electric external mirrors, 360-degree all-round cameras and a 7-inch digital instrument panel.

Premium package

Price for the top-end Premium version with front-wheel drive, 143 hp engine. and a robotic gearbox, taking into account the benefits, now amounts to 2,349,000 rubles. Unlike the Elite Plus, this Jolion is equipped with 18-inch wheels, tinted rear windows, an electric driver’s seat, a head-up display with height and image angle adjustment, adaptive cruise control, wireless charging for a smartphone and a larger central touch screen with a diagonal of 12 .3 inches. And the cost of a similar crossover with a 150 hp engine. and an all-wheel drive system is equal to 2,499,000 rubles.

Alexey BOGACHEV (@ChinaAuto774)

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