Locally Assembled Haval H6 1.5T FWD Vs. 2.0T AWD

As we told you yesterday that Sazgar Engineering rolled out the first units of locally assembled Haval H6. The company was already offering the imported CBU units of 1.5T to the consumers, and 2.0T is the new variant, which is entirely locally assembled. 

Furthermore, the 1.5T variant is Front Wheel Drive (FWD), while 2.0T is All Wheel Drive (AWD). To tell you about these cars in detail, we are here with a comparison of these two variants. 


Apparent by the names, the first one has a 1500cc Turbo engine with an FWD driveline. This engine produces 147hp and 233Nm torque. Meanwhile, the second one comes with a 2000cc Turbo engine, 201hp, and 325Nm of Torque with an AWD driveline. 

Last but not least, both variants have 7 DCT transmissions.


 The 1.5T comes with 18-inch alloy wheels with tyre size of 225/60. In comparison, the 2.0T has 19-inch alloy wheels with tyre size of 225/55. The first variant has 2 front radars against 4 in the second one. 

Both variants offer an electric tailgate with delayed closing, front/rear boneless wiper, automatic wiper, panoramic sunroof, and shark fin antenna. 

If we look at the dimensions, both variants are 4653mm long, 1886mm wide, and 1730mm high, with a wheelbase of 2738mm. 


Both variants offer a 6-way electric adjustable and 2-way electric waist support driver seat. However, only AWD offers a 4-way electric adjustable front passenger seat and front ventilated seats. 

If we compare the infotainment screen size, the FWD has 10.25 inches while AWD has 12.3 inches one. And the number of speakers in 1.5T is 6 compared to 8 in 2.0T. Both variants come with dual-zone auto AC with second-row AC outlets. 

The company offers a multi-function steering wheel, paddle shifters, a 4-way manual adjustable steering wheel, and wireless charge in both cars. 


The standard safety features of both variants are: 

  • Dual SRS airbags
  • Front side airbags 
  • Side curtain airbags 
  • Electronic Stability Program (ESP) 
  • Traction Control System (TCS) 
  • Second Collision Mitigation (SCM) 
  • Cornering Brake Control (CBC) 
  • Roll Movement Intervention (RMI) 
  • Brake Assist (BA) 
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC) 
  • Hill-Start Assist Control (HHC) 
  • Brake Override System (BOS) 
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) 
  • Parking Aid System 

And the additional features in 2.0T are: 

  • Full Auto Parking 
  • Autonomous Reverse 
  • Intelligent Dodge
  • Blind Spot Detection (BSD) 
  • Lane Change Assist (LCA) 
  • Astern Side Warning 
  • Astern Side Warning Braking 
  • Emergency Lane Keeping (ELK) 

 We hope that this comparison of two variants of Haval H6 would be helpful for you, if you want to buy this car. 

What do you think about the locally assembled Haval H6? Are you planning to buy it? Please share your thoughts in the comments section.


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